The recent circulating news that has undoubtedly caused a massive stir, debates, and arguments across all social media platforms was when another innocent mobile money vendor narrated how he was unexpectedly attacked by a notorious armed robbery gang. According to the victim, Israel Mawuena, the notorious armed robbery gang attacked him early in the morning at Ashaiman in the Greater Accra region as he nearly lost his life after struggling his save his saving considering how he worked tirelessly for it.
As is the situation in the majority of African nations, Ghana's formal sector unemployment rate is continuously rising. Fortunately, people can make a respectable living using a variety of internet channels. In 2022, you can apply for reputable internet jobs in Ghana that are paid with mobile money.
The controversial Electronic Levy (E-Levy); from its announcement by the Finance Minister- Ken Ofori-Atta; through its passage by Parliament, to its implementation in May 2022, has been one of the biggest 'bone of contention' in Ghana's Fourth Republic. It is one single policy by a government in Ghana, that successfully divided the nation; and turning the hearts of many against the government.
The ministry of communication and digitalisation announced earlier in the month that it will not extend the SIM registration exercise beyond the 31st July deadline. However, a former minister for communication Mr. George Andah has assured Ghanaians that the deadline will be reviewed. He made this disclosure during a panel discussion on TV3 Key Points show on Saturday monitored by CitizenOne.
Indomie And MoMo Are The Major Cause of Teenage Pregnancy In Suhum Municipality- Hon. Margaret Darko
Teenage pregnancy is on the rise in the Suhum Municipality despite several interventions by government and NGOs to curb the menace, the Municipal Chief Executive of Suhum Madam Magret Darko has disclosed. She said a new study conducted by the Ghana health Service, Social Welfare and other Non-Govermental Organization (NGOs) have found out that young girls love for indomie and mobile money (MoMo) are the root cause of teenage pregnancy in the Suhum Municipality of the Eastern Region.
Dear Minister of Communication and Digitization, Honorable Ursula Owusu, please do not extend the deadline on the sim card re-registration again. Even if you extend it till the end of the world, some people will still not register. That is the attitude of some Ghanaians.
Sometimes one finds it difficult to understand the NPP government under Nana Akufo Addo. A government which is already struggling to raise funds thereby introducing new tax regimes strangely took the decision to abolished road tolls which was raising substantial amount to support road infrastructure. This happened during the reading of the 2022 budget last year.
As in most African countries, the shortage of work in the official sector in Ghana is constantly increasing. Fortunately, people can earn a job through a variety of internet channels. In 2022, you might try your hand at reputable internet jobs in Ghana that pay via mobile money.
A teenager named Dorsia got into a relationship with her boyfriend also known as Desmond when she was 17 years old and has been staying together with him for three years now. They decided to start a Credit transfer business with an amount of GHC200, fortunately Desmond got another job at Bomfa whilst she was took in charge of the business. Dorsia said she always saved the profits she gets but her boyfriend used to spends his payment on gambling. He later add his money to her savings and they it used to buy a
First of all, many Ghanaians inevitably and painfully pay the E-Levy on daily basis to the same government which is bent on blocking their numbers simply because they have refused to register their SIM cards. If the SIM cards are blocked, the largest shareholder of telecommunications in Ghana will lose huge revenue and customers.
Working every day for money is a must for every young person who starts his or her life journey. But do you know the money can also work for the young person too? Yes, it’s possible, it is through what we call passive income.
Vodafone Ghana, one of Ghana's top network which provides network services and mobile money services is set to shut down for 12 hours for a scheduled maintenance. The telecommunication company has announced a 12 hour shut down of it mobile money services for maintenance. This is the second time in four days that that that Vodafone has announced another 12 hour shutdown.
The NDC National Communications Officer, Sammy Gyamfi, has slammed the current government for taxing Ghanaians through mobile money by charging a 1.5 percent e-levy on the first GHS 100 sent. He voiced his displeasure with the government's inability to implement the undeduction of 1.5 percent on the first GHS 100 sent via mobile money on Wednesday, August 3, during a press conference in Accra, describing the actions of the government as sad and bizarre.
That Is What Hurts Me The Most- Sam George Expresses More Frustration Over SIM Registration Exercise
Honourable Sam George still seems to be unhappy with the government’s decision of the SIM card re-registration exercise regardless of the fact that, the exercise has been postponed. He has criticized this decision on several platforms over this issue. He continued his protest against the decision when he spoke on the Good Morning Ghana show earlier today.
Dr. Ing. Kenneth Ashigbey, Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications, feels that the September 30, 2022 deadline for SIM re-registration will be enough if the government "takes some serious steps." Speaking on the Point of View, Mr. Kenneth said “the total number of Ghanaians who are yet to receive their Ghana cards is about 2.97 million, and then we have some 808,000 who had not received their cards as at the last time I collected data.
Recently in the news, the Ghana sim registration has been one of the worries of Ghanaians and has placed much pressure on them, this has led a lot of Ghanaians in moving their amounts in their mobile money accounts within just three days now. The program will be extended to 30th September to end on the anniversary of its commencement.
The Mobile Money Agents Association has disclosed that the two months extension announcement for the Sim Card re-registration by the government is too short and is not enough that all Ghanaians would be able to re-register their Sim Cards. According to the association, many Ghanaians are facing a lot of challenges that has led them not able to secure their Ghana Card for the re-registration.
For the second time, the government has extended the deadline for SIM card re-registration to September 30, 2022. During a news conference today, Sunday, July 31, 2022, Minister of Communications Ursula Owusu revealed the new extension date. "The program will be extended through September 30 to coincide with the anniversary of its inception, giving us a full year."
Individuals from the Mobile Money Agents Association of Ghana (MMAAG) have required the augmentation of the continuous SIM enlistment work out. As per the gathering, the activity ought to be reached out to January 2023 to empower all Ghanaians who have difficulties obtaining their Ghana cards to do as such to empower them to utilize the card to enlist their SIM cards.
As Technology advances, electronic fraud is however on the increase for which reason MTN Ghana is embarking on community sensitization to sensitize communities and of-course, the general public to stay alert to help combat e-fraud, especially, mobile money(MoMo) fraud. In a studio discussion with the MoMo payment controller in the eastern region Benjamin Abobi on Radio 1 100.7FM on Tuesday, 18th August 2020, he disclosed that the company knows that MTN MoMo system is secured but unfortunately customers still