Ghana Card Mop Up Registration

The mop up exercise for the Ghana Card registration exercise is proceeding smoothly in Ho, the Volta regional capital.

The exercise however is on a low key as there was low turnout at the various registration centres visited by the Ghana News Agency (GNA) within the Ho Municipality.

At Ho SNNIT registration centre, an official who wanted to remain anonymous told the GNA that the centre had some technical challenges at the onset of the exercise with the machine going on and off.

He however said the challenge had been dealt with by the technical team, making the exercise to proceed with ease without any glitches.

The officer expressed hope that the exercise would not encounter any challenge again to enable them discharge their duties effectively.

At R. C Primary School in Ho-Bankoe Old Chapel centre, the officers were seen attending to some applicants while others were in queue waiting to have their turn.

The officer in charge, however, refused to speak to the GNA, saying “We are not authorised to speak to any media person, so I can’t, i can’t.”

There were Veronica buckets, liquid soap, tissue papers, and hand sanitizer available at all the centres to enable the applicants and the officers observe the health protocols.

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