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Sim card Re-registration exercise begins today.



The re-registration of mobile SIM cards across the country is expected to commence today, Friday, October 1, 2021.

The exercise will run till 31st March 2022.

It is aimed at riding the country’s cyberspace of fraudsters, monitor and track down persons who use their phones for criminal activities.

The primary document for the re-registration by SIM card users the National Identification card also known as Ghana card.

Meanwhile, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Minority in Parliament has called on the Vice President Alhaji Dr Mahamudu Bawumia to reconsider the decision for re-registration of SIM by Ghanaians as a move to curb fraud.

“We hold the view that mandatory re-registration of SIM provides no substantial benefit in the fight against electronic money fraud and will face practical challenges such as with inbound travellers who require a sim card without a national ID,” Minority said in a statement.

The Minority said the process for a re-registration would deprive a large segment of the users of Mobile Money services of accessing the service due to no fault of theirs.

“Secondary, a key area of electronic money fraud relates to the attacks on mobile money vendors. Re-registration of SIM does not significantly mitigate these risks,” the statement signed by the Minority Leader in Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu reiterated.


SIM re-registration steps

  1. Dial the short code *404#
  2. Enter Ghana Card Pin ( Note: Enter letters and figures without hyphens)
  3. Confirm Ghana Card Pin
  4. Enter Surname
  5. Enter First Name(s)
  6. Enter Date of Birth (Format: DDMMYYYY)
  7. Select Sex
  8. Confirm Details
  9. Submit Details Provided After Confirmation


1, If successful, you will get a confirmation message with a unique code

2, If unsuccessful due to wrong details, you have 3 attempts to answer security questions

A second stage of the registration process requires that users visit the office of their telecom service providers.
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The faces of suspects will no longer be shown to the public.




The Ghana Police Service has decided not to publicize or display the faces of suspects who have not yet been found guilty.

It stated that suspects’ faces and identities will be completely revealed only when they have been legally convicted before a competent court of law.

However, the police stated that suspects who have been proclaimed sought by the courts and have an arrest warrant issued for various offenses will have their faces and other bodily characteristics released, if necessary, for the sake of identification, arrest, and prosecution.

The Police Service stated in a statement that the choice was made to exhibit the greatest level of professionalism.


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COVID-19 kills the founder of anti-vaccine television.




Anti-vaccine Marcus Lamb, a Christian broadcaster, died from Covid-19 at the age of 64, according to his station, weeks after getting the virus.

Lamb was the co-founder and CEO of the conservative Christian Daystar Television Network in Texas, which has been an outspoken opponent of coronavirus vaccines.

The presenter, who was born in Cordele, Georgia, is the second conservative radio host to succumb to Covid-19 after publicly sharing anti-vaccine beliefs or opinions opposing antiviral measures.

‘It is with a heavy heart that we report that Marcus Lamb, president and creator of Daystar Television Network, passed away this morning,’ the network announced in a Tweet on Tuesday.

‘As they grieve this tragic loss, the family requests that their privacy be maintained.’ Please continue to pray for them.’

Lamb’s death comes just weeks after his son Jonathan Lamb, who stepped in for him, died.


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