Reality has set in for most Ghanaians who have to endure long queues in a bid to have their sim cards re-registered and they are calling on the government to extend the period of the exercise.
Teeming Ghanaians in a bid to beat the deadline are massing up at the various registration centres of the telecommunication companies in a bid to link their sim cards to the Ghana card.
March 31, 2022, is the deadline for the re-registration and most Ghanaians are of the view that an extension would help ease the tension being witnessed at the various registration centres.
They bitterly lamented about the amount of time used in registering a person.
“A lot of people have just been rushing here, but I think if there are a lot of people who do the registration, it will help because they spend almost 45 minutes to one hour on one person,” one of the aggrieved customers said.
“Just look at the number of people who have massed up, and this is making the exercise very chaotic and unregulated. I think an extension will ease the tensions to enable everyone to get his SIM card registered,” another customer lamented.
However, some also feel the process is even unnecessary because they gave out biometric information while registering for the Ghana Card.