The Minority in Parliament has approached Ghanaians not to pay Oneself Assistance Application (Application) for the SIM re-registration charge.
Oneself help application gives one more means to telecom supporters of complete their SIM card re-enlistment utilizing the Ghana Card at a GH¢5 charge as a component of measures to meet the September 30, 2020 cutoff time.
However, as per the Council, the charge is unlawful in light of the fact that it is without plan of action to Parliament and should not be acknowledged by Ghanaians.
Sagnarigu Member of Parliament (MP), Alhassan Bashir Fuseini, who serves as the Ranking Member of the Communications Committee, expressed this while tending to a public interview.
Considering this, he has approached the Communications Minister, Mrs Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, to as an issue of desperation guarantee the National Communications Authority (NCA) stops the charges.
The Deputy Ranking Member and Ningo-Prampram MP, Sam George, added that Mrs Owusu-Ekuful has overlooked every one of the ideas to make the progress more straightforward and smooth.
He lamented that the minister is superfluously rebuffing Ghanaians due to the process.
Mr. George noticed that he can’t comprehend how Mrs Owusu-Ekuful expects individuals in distant regions where it’s conceivable there is no network to have the option to utilize the Application.
“The Minister rushes to uphold sanctions on Ghanaians by cutoff times however the Minister herself neglected to fulfill the August 2 time constraint for the carry out of the Application by 24 days.
“Today is 9th September and the Application is as yet not on the Apple store meaning on the off chance that you utilize an apple item, you can’t download it,” he said.
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