As per the Area Pastor, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, the Service and every significant party, including the Public Correspondence Authority (NCA) and the media transmission organizations have made a great deal of compromises to guarantee all Ghanaians register their cards.
"The Service keeps on checking the SIM enrollment cycle and holds customary gatherings with all organization administrators, specialist co-ops and the NCA to devise methodologies to work with the enlistment exercise and resolve distinguished difficulties.
"The cutoff time for the activity was stretched out by four months and it will end on the 31st of July, 2022. It won't be expanded once more - and I make a move to ask every individual who has not yet enrolled their SIM Card to do," she said on the floor of Parliament.
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