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Stop playing with us and use already collected data for SIM re-registration- Camidoh



“Sugarcane” hitmaker, Camidoh has bemoaned the extra mile every Ghanaian has to go in order to validate their Subscriber Identification Module (SIM) cards offered by the telecommunications companies in the country.

Last year, the Ministry of Communications and Digitalisation, for that matter the government, announced re-registration of SIM cards scheduled for October 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022 and the major requirement for it is the Ghana Card.

The deadline for the exercise was extended from March 31 to July 31, 2022 after many Ghanaians who are without the Ghana Card failed to register their  SIMS.

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As the deadline of the re-registration exercise draws closer, telcos have increased momentum by sending texts, calls and other forms of advertisements to remind their customers to come register their cards.


Camdioh, who is currently out of the country, posted a screenshot of a message he received from his network providers reminding him to re-register his card stating how cumbersome the entire process is.

According to Camidoh, the government has data from Ghanaians which can be used for the sim re-registration and save citizens from the stress of going to queue for long hours to complete the exercise.

“In this modern world, you want every citizen to go to telco offices to validate their sim cards. First it was biometric voter’s id then passports then Ghana card .. you couldn’t use data from all these points??? Stop playing with us, it’s 2022,” he tweeted.



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