Recall that there was a video of numerous Ghana cards on the floor, which looked very dirty and unhygienic. Just after the video went viral, many Ghanaians expressed their bad feelings as they blame the current government for mismanagement of the state money.
According to the reporter, the NIA authorities says the video going viral on social media about the abandoned Ghana card is an old Ghana card printed many years ago. The reporter continued by saying the NIA says those Ghana cards were printed in 2002 and 2014. But they didn't share it for the Ghanaians to use at that period. Therefore, the Ghana card captured on video was an "old" card and not issued under the Akufo-Addo government.
This got many Ghanaians angry on social media as they began to question the government. See what they were saying
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