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Over ¢400 million lost to 27,000 ghost names at SSNIT- Bawumia stated

The vice president of Ghana Dr Bawumia has stated that over ¢400 million has been lost to names that aren't found in SSNIT.

14,000 ghost names were recently found at the National Service because there was no unique identity. Just a couple of days ago, SSNIT found 27,000 ghost names, and they were being paid GH¢327 million. Just these two institutions have cost us over GH¢400 million.

He went ahead to speak about the essence of the Ghana card. If the Ghana card was working at that time, such amount of money could not have lost to these ghost names.

"It seems my Ghana card statement was misinterpreted. I want people to think about it critically. For the first time in our history, we have a unique identity system which is biometric, and so we can identify individuals. ”

“With this, the case of ghost names on our public sector system will become a thing of the past. "

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