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NIA lists Ghana Card collection centers for Accra West zone registrants


The National Identification Authority has issued a press statement informing the public, especially those in the Accra West zone that it’s registration exercise ends today, 25th May 2019 and would be moving to other zones as designated in it’s original schedule.

It has also listed a number of collection points for those whose cards will not be ready for collection at the registration centers before the exercise ends in the zone.


The National Identification Authority (NIA) wishes to inform residents of the Accra West Zone where the mass registration is ending today, Saturday 25th May 2019, that card collection points will be set up in the following municipalities:

1. Ga South (Bortianor, Ngleshie, Amanfro).
2. Ga South (Weija, Gbawe, Domeabra / Obom)
3. Ga Central (Anyaa, Sowutuom)
4. Ga West (Trobu, Amasaman)
5. Ga North
6. Okaikoi South,
7. Okaikoi Central
8. Okaikoi North.
9. Ablekuma South,
10. Ablekuma Central
11. Ablekuma West
12. Ablekuma North.
13. Ashiedu Keteke

Residents of the above-mentioned Municipalities and Districts are also to note the following:

a. Persons who registered during the exercise and were not issued their Ghana Cards will be
informed via text messages, phone calls, Radio and Television announcements about designated
Ghana Card collection points for their cards.

b. Persons who were unable to register during the mass registration exercise in the Accra West
Zone will be able to do so at District and Regional offices to be set up by NIA after the mass
registration exercise.

c. The NIA is unable to grant the request to extend the duration of the mass registration exercise in
the said Zone as doing so will adversely affect the published national roll-out strategy.


Source: nsemwoha.com

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