- The CEO of NIA has disclosed that the Ghana Card can be used to access services
- Professor Ken Attafuah also added that it can be used to make business transactions anywhere in Ghana
- He added that some institutions are yet to come on board to accept the Ghana cards
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The Chief Executive of the National Identification Authority (NIA), Professor Ken Attafuah, has revealed that the Ghana Card can now be used to access services and make business transactions anywhere in Ghana.
According to a report filed by Ghanaweb.com, he revealed that the NIA is still in talks with some key entities to come on board and fully accept the new card.
Prof Attafuah said the authority is in talks with the Communications Ministry to ensure the players in the telco industry all come on board.
"In the first week of October, the technical system will be ready and the service can now happen," he said.
Prof Attafuah has stated that without one would be excluding himself socially, economically, and politically without the card."
The Ghana Card is an identity card that is issued to Ghanaian citizens both resident and non-resident, and legally and permanently foreign national residents.
It is proof of identity, citizenship and residence of the holder.
In other news, , popular Kumawood actor, Agya Koo, has declared the New Patriotic Party (NPP), and its leader Nana Akufo-Addo, as the only party and leader who can move Ghana forward.
He said Akufo-Addo has all that is needed to take Ghana to the promised land.
Thus, he urged Ghanaians to vote for the party and ensure that the president retains the power to continue with the good works.
According to him, the president has many good plans for the nation and for the people to benefit fully, he must be voted for to remain in power to continue working.
Agya Koo said after analysing all that the NPP and the president have promised Ghanaians, he is “one hundred percent” convinced that being voted for to retain power is the best thing Ghanaians can do.
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