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Withdraw SIM card re-registration directive – Concerned Mobile Network Subscribers to NCA

The Concerned Mobile Network Subscribers, a gathering involving eminent Ghanaians, has given a final proposal to the National Communication Authority (NCA) requesting the withdrawal of the SIM card re-enlistment mandate.

The gathering needs the order for portable organization clients to re-register their SIM cards removed right away.

As indicated by the gathering, “there is no law in Ghana that requires Ghanaian portable organization supporters of ‘re-register’ their SIM cards. Any endeavor to force this on endorsers or square their lines would add up to an encroachment on their property freedoms.”

The re-enrollment of SIM cards formally started off on October 1, 2021. In any case, since the start of this current year, long lines have described the activity at different focuses the nation over.

Many have approached government to expand the cutoff time just as thought of options that won’t have residents go through a few hours in lines.

Accordingly, the National Communications Authority (NCA) has guaranteed that “there will be more profound cooperation to guarantee that all related difficulties with the SIM Card re-enlistment practice are tended to instantly”.

In spite of the confirmation, the Concerned Mobile Network Subscribers demands that the order ought to be repealed for a fitting legitimate structure to be set up.

As per the gathering, “a re-enrollment exercise should be possible without having supporters spend useful hours and a few days in long lines amidst a desolating Covid-19 pandemic.”

“There’s justifiably a need to take out wrongdoing. Yet, the battle against hoodlums should be inside the law. We in this manner request that the NCA and Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) should concoct a superior and inventive method of re-enrolling the SIM cards by first altering existing law; and furthermore to do as such without the current unfeeling re-enlistment process we are seeing,” it added.

Should the NCA neglect to fulfill their needs, the Concerned Mobile Network Subscribers says it will on Tuesday, February 8, start the first of a progression of arranged blacklists until the “privileges of clients to be treated with nobility, are regarded.”

Likewise, the gathering has proclaimed February 8 as “No Calls Day.” On the said day, Ghanaians won’t settle on or get telephone decisions.

The Concerned Mobile Network Subscribers contains outstanding Ghanaians including; previous MP for Kumbungu, Ras Mubarak, Legal Practitioner Samson Lardy Anyenini, Investigative Journalist Manasseh Azure Awuni, Founding President and Senior Vice-President of IMANI-Africa, Franklin Cudjoe and Kofi Bentil separately.

The others are; Prof. Raymond Atuguba, Mr. Kofi Kakraba Pratt, Dr. Kwesi Owusu, Mr. James Afedo, Mr. Selorm Branttie, Mr. Francis, Kofi Korankye-Sakyi, Akyaaba Addai – Sebo, Mr. Kwame Mfodwo, and Mr. Michael Ofori-Akuffo.

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