The Executive Secretary of the National Identification Authority (NIA), Prof. Kenneth Agyeman Attafuah, has clarified that the Ghana card registration is still free for all Ghanaians. According to him, every Ghanaian can walk into any of their regional or district offices to register for the Ghana card free of charge.
The National Identification Authority (NIA) led by Professor Kenneth Agyeman Attafuah fails to live by its words once again. The nationwide Ghana Card insurance which was supposed to commence tomorrow, Monday, June 8, 2020, has been rescheduled a second time. In a newly released press statement directed to all the District Registration Officers sighted by FNN24.com has revealed a new commencement date. According to the statement, the new date for the commencement of the nationwide Ghana card is Wednesday, J
Danger Looms As NIA Bosses Fail To Reach Agreement With Field Staff Over Mopup registration Exercise
It appears that the top management of the National Identification Authority (NIA) has failed to reach an agreement with its field staff leadership in a meeting ahead of the nationwide mop-up registration exercise. Apparently, the field staff leadership had wanted a special package for all the field workers who will have to risk their lives for the mop-up exercise amid increasing cases of Coronavirus. However, Minutes from the meeting held on Saturday, June 6, 2020, has revealed that the authority under th
Plans are underway for the National Identification Authority, NIA to begin a nationwide Ghana card distribution and mop-up registration exercise. According to a publication made by FNN24.com, the National Identification Authority led by Professor Kenneth Agyeman Attafuah will start a nationwide distribution of printed Ghana cards on Monday, 8th June to Tuesday 16th June 2020. The information further reveals that a Mop-up registration exercise in some selected regions will follow immediately on 18th June 202
The issue of Ghana card registration raised a lot of opinions and views from many Ghanaians as to its purpose since it was given a lot of attention by the government. Due to how the registration exercise took place most citizens were not able to register and others were short listed at the center. It was noticed that most Ghanaians were not pleased with how the exercise took place since most of them have to queue for a long time before they were registered. Others were able to register but could not get their