Ghana’s Ambassador to Germany, Gina Ama Blay, has entreated Ghanaians living in that country to actively take part in the registration of Ghanaians living abroad by the National Identification Authority (NIA).
She said the exercise would lead to the acquisition of Ghana cards which may be used in the implementation of the Representation of the People Amendment Act (ROPAA).
Speaking at a gathering of Ghanaians during the celebrations of the country’s independence in Berlin on Saturday, March 9, 2019, she said Ghanaians living there should take advantage of the opportunity.
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“Let me use this opportunity to entreat you all to take the exercise seriously when it begins since ownership of the Ghana National Card could be useful in the implementation of ROPAA which many of you have been yearning for since the Act was passed by the Parliament of Ghana,” she told a gathering of Ghanaians during the celebration of the country’s independence in Berlin on Saturday.
The envoy said the upcoming registration exercise was a collaborative effort between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration and the NIA.
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