June 21, 2018

As registration exercise being undertaken by the National Identification Authority has a day more to end, pressure lessen on the NIA officials compare to the first week, when staffs and Majority Members of Parliament rush to take their Ghana Card.

In an interview with ghanamps.com, officials of NIA indicated that this week there has been less  pressure on their machines because MPs and staff trickle in one after the other not in huge numbers as they experienced within the first week.

Whiles MPs from the Minority maintain their boycott of the registration exercise and had given indications to go to court, Majority MPs have taken advantage of the situation to get their card.

Despite earlier announcement that staff of Parliament should not bring their friends to participate in the NIA registration exercise, some have taken advantage of the reduced numbers to have their relatives registered.

Friday the 22nd of June, 2018, NIA’s registration process in Parliament would come to an end.

In an earlier interview some officials of NIA indicated that if the Minority change their mind and decide to participate, with green light from their boss they would come back to register the Minority MPs.

By: Kwaku Sakyi-Danso/ghanamps.com