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GRA finds out over 10 million Ghana Card holders are not taxpayers
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GRA finds out over 10 million Ghana Card holders are not taxpayers

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has discovered that over 10 million holders of the Ghana Card, a national identity card issued by the National Identification Authority (NIA), have not registered as taxpayers. The GRA received 15.99 million Ghana Card records from the NIA database, but only 3.08 million of them matched with its existing 5.74…

June 14, 2023

Newborns to get Ghana Card at birth – Vice President
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Newborns to get Ghana Card at birth – Vice President

Starting from next month, newborns in Ghana will receive their Ghana Card at birth in the hospitals. This was revealed by Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, the Vice President of Ghana, on Saturday, June 10, at the International Women’s Conference in the United Kingdom. He said that this was possible because of the successful integration of the…

June 11, 2023

NDC promises better SIM re registration exercise than current one
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NDC promises a better SIM re-registration exercise than the current one

The next government led by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) will launch a new SIM re-registration exercise, according to the Minority in Parliament. They made this statement in reaction to the current government’s initiative to re-register SIM cards using the Ghana Card, which started on October 1, 2021. The main objective of this initiative is…

June 9, 2023

Communication Minister reveals how to reclaim MoMo funds on deactivated SIMs
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Communication Minister reveals how to reclaim MoMo funds on deactivated SIMs

Subscribers who have lost access to their mobile money accounts due to the SIM re-registration exercise need not worry, according to the Communication and Digitisation Minister, Ursula Owusu Ekuful. She said the Bank of Ghana (BOG) is working with the telcos to ensure that subscribers can reclaim their funds from their blocked SIM cards. She…

June 8, 2023

Ursula Owusu to appear before Parliament over sim card deactivations
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Ursula Owusu to appear before Parliament over sim card deactivations

The Communications and Digitalization Minister, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, will face Parliament today, June 8, to answer questions on the SIM card re-registration exercise. The Ningo-Prampram MP, Sam Nartey George, raised concerns on the floor of Parliament about the impact of the SIM card deactivations on people’s lives and businesses. He blamed the National Identification Authority (NIA)…

June 8, 2023