Unregistered SIM cards will be blocked by March 31, 2022, according to Ursula Owusu.

Ursula 0wusu-Ekuful, the Minister of Communication, has stated that all sim cards that have not been re-registered by March 31, 2021, will be blocked. According to her, all sim cards must be re-registered from October 1, 2021.

According to Ursula Owusu, the exercise will take place over a six-month period in order to allow a large number of people to participate.

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Ursula 0wusu  added the Ministry of Communications and Digitalisation will launch the National SIM Card Registration Exercise across the country next month during a press conference. This, she claims, will allow the country to monitor and track those who use their phones for illegal purposes, as well as eliminate fraud in the country’s internet.

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She went on to say that only a person’s National Identity Card (Ghana Card) can be used to register SIM cards for citizens, foreign residents, and foreigners staying in Ghana for more than 90 days. A valid passport or other travel document is necessary for foreigners staying in Ghana for fewer than 90 days.


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