SIM card registration deadline will not be extended – Ursula Owusu warns

Ursula Owusu

SIM card registration deadline will not be extended – Ursula Owusu-Ekuful warns.

Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, the Minister of Communication, has stated in recent times that the government of Ghana will not extend the current deadline for sim card registrations again.

The Message 

The minister made these remarks at the Ahafo Regional Celebration of the Girls-in-ICT Initiative, which was held at Acherensua in the Asutifi South District on the theme “Access and safety.” Ursula Owusu emphasized that there is no way the government is going to extend the SIM registration deadline again so the public should take note.

This is a warning to individuals who are hesitant to register their SIM cards, which the Communications Ministry has made mandatory.

The decision to flush out all unregistered sims, according to the minister, would take full effect after the deadline, which is set for the end of July.

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What is the SIM Card Registration Deadline? 

The deadline for SIM card registration in Ghana is 31st July, 2022.

Why are SIM Cards being Registered in Ghana? 

She claimed that registering SIM cards was required since it would flush out all unregistered SIM cards and greatly assist the country’s efforts to combat more sophisticated internet and cybercrime.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. How is this going to be possible when one can not get hold of the said cards.is she aware of the situation on the ground.

  2. I think this is busy bullsh*t. What do you mean by giving better service for registering. Leave people in peace. Register this register that every second. Is this part of letting people live in peace? Is it taxes paying you to threaten individuals to register their SIM cards and give a deadline?

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