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SIM registration and sale banned on Ghanaian streets

Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah released a statement in which government of Ghana has decided to stop SIM card fraudsters. Consumer and Advocacy Center has confirmed this decision.

Consumer and Advocacy Center has laid stress to implement the decision of the government accurately.

Benjamin Essuman, Director of Corporate Affairs (CAC) stated in the statement, it is urgent that government stops the registration of SIM cards and its sale on the streets. Government of Ghana also directed to stop all SIM cards be sold at designated offices of the Telcos, where copies of the identification documents can be kept for auditing purposes.” There is also an audit being planned for registered SIMS and also to deactivate the non registered SIMS.

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