Chaos in Accra as laptop used for Ghana Card registration goes missing

Chaos in Accra as laptop used for Ghana Card registration goes missing

- A laptop used for the registration of the Ghana Card has been reported missing

- The incident occurred at the Christ Evangelical church centre at Kotobabi

- The case has been reported to the police for investigations to commence

A laptop used for registration for the Ghana Card has gone missing at the Christ Evangelical church centre at Kotobabi, YEN.com.gh has learnt.

The situation resulted in a temporal halt of the registration exercise and the case has been reported to the police.

The situation, which resulted in chaos, attracted the attention of registration officials, as they prepared to get started with work at 8:00am on Friday, July 5, 2019.

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Per a Starrfm.com.gh report, the exercise has been going on at the centre for about a month, and was expected to end on Saturday, July 6, 2019.

According to an eye witness, one of the officials present announced that the registration has been halted as a result of the missing laptop.

In another development, the founder of the Great Fire Pentecostal Church, Bishop Daniel Kissi Bonegas, has called for a reduction of the age at which one can become president of Ghana.

According to him, the current limitation on the age makes it impossible for some of Ghana’s youth to serve the country with dynamism.

He added that a reduction of the age, aside being a prudent measure, would also create opportunities for the youth to prove their worth.

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