A lot of Ghanaians are crying about the new sim registration to which Ghanaians are struggling, even though its effects will benefit Ghanaians but the time limit for its initiation has been the greater worry for Ghanaians. A young Ghanaian guy known to be Bright Simon took to his Twitter handle to ensure Ghanaians of the harm the government is bringing onto the people of Ghana, in his statement he emphatically stated that "Another episode of the Ghanaian govt ignoring all sound counsel from vast sections of civil society & bulldozing through a poorly reasoned policy.
The National Identification Authority (NIA) has condemned a Facebook post on the artwork of the Ghana Card by Bright Simons, Vice President of IMANI Ghana. The NIA claims that "the controversy over the Ghana Card artwork generated by the said post is entirely unnecessary and distracting."
The Ghana national association of teachers (GNAT) is losing most of its members on daily basis. The union, which is one of the oldest in the country is struggling to stand on its feet due to competitive competition from the other teacher unions. Formed in 14th July 1962, GNAT has enjoyed an unparalleled monopoly for a very long time until most disgruntled teachers started complaining about the inactivity of the union.