The National Democratic Congress (NDC) seems to have finally found trust in the operations of the National Identification Authority (NIA), ordering its members to register for the Ghana Card.
NDC had on July 23, 2018, ordered its members not to sign up for the Ghana Card until its demand for the inclusion of the Voters’ ID card as one of the requirements for registration was met but interestingly made a U-turn, urging its members to now register..
According to DGN Online, the decision was taken at the NDC’s National Executive Committee (NEC’s) recent meeting.
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It remains unclear what has changed that the NDC has chosen to rescind its decision of nonregistration which was highly criticized.
NIA had argued back then that the voters’ ID cards were not valid for acquiring the Ghana Card but the NDC through its General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, insisted that without the inclusion of the voters’ Card, its members would not register.
Interestingly, even though the NIA held onto its stance, the NDC has made a U-turn, urging its members to now register.
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