The brouhaha over Ghana card registration has finally reach the Ghanaian US based investigative journalist, Kevin Ekow Taylor. It has been reported that National Identification Authority has announced that they have introduced another scheme which will allow people who want Ghana card at fast rate to get it by paying some amount of money.
Kevin Taylor on his with all due respect show on loud silence TV stated that what NIA is trying to create will allow corruption to flow at the sector. Kevin Taylor stated that the moment NIA create such scheme, they have automatically creates corruption too.
According to him, NIA should stop that because anybody in the country knows that Ghana registration is first come first serve. He said this will allow the rich to look down on the poor and it will general massive corruption amongst the workers.
He finally jabbed that this government does not respect the people of Ghana on how NIA is going to charge 250 cedis for Ghana card registration if you need it quickly.
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