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It Is Time To Speak; Ursula Owusu Should Listen To Me Carefully - Yaa Titi Charges.

Sometimes people can mistake your silent as being coward. They will begin to know the real person you are when you start speaking to prove a point that, you are not coward but just that you are not ready to speak. Onua TV and Onua FM presenter by name Yaa Titi has proven to Ghanaians that, she is not afraid to speaks about the unacceptable things that Ursula Owusu is doing at her ministry which is not in the delight of the majority of Ghanaians.

Speaking live on Onua Makyee ranting section, Yaa Titi made it clear that, it is now time for her to speak about the ongoing Sim Card Re-registration in Ghana by the use of the Ghana Card Only. Yaa Titi expressed her pain toward the use of only the Ghana Card as the means through which an individual can link his or her sim successfully.

There are a number of Identification Cards in the country namely, the National Voters Identification Card, National Health Insurance Card and to some extent, we can talk about Passport. The question now is that, why is the government only interested in the use of the Ghana Card Only.

In Yaa Titi's view, even the telcos have no right by the laws of the Country to take biometric finger print. It is only the National Identification Authority that is eligible to take people's biometric data. This is another concern to Yaa Titi. Yaa Titi finally made it clear that, looking at the curren situations in Ghana, even the 30th September 2022 deadline provided by Ursula Owusu will not still hold, because many of Ghana's population have not received their Ghana Cards to do the Registration.

" It is time to speak. Ursula Owusu must know that, not all Ghanaians are having the Ghana Cards and the deadline will be postpone again". - Yaa Titi Stated.

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