"I am 100% confident that ABSOLUTELY NO SIM card would be blocked tomorrow! This is a victory for the Ghanaian people who are waiting on the NIA to produce their Ghana Cards for them. For God and Country" Sam George said.
Individuals whose SIM cards will be blocked after today, September 30 deadline can only retrieve them within a six-month grace period.
Unregistered SIM cards will afterward be completely removed from the system.
In an interview with Samuel Eshun on the Happy Morning Show, Ras Mubarak said, “At any given point there will be someone will buy a new SIM card so definitely it’s an unending exercise. I’m currently using MTN so when I decide to get another sim like Vodafone I’d have to register that SIM card. So it’s not an event you want to make it like. What about the youth who will turn 18 years and need to register.”
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