The Minority gathering in Parliament is set to document forms at the Supreme Court for an elucidation on regardless of whether voters’ ID card can be utilized as verification of nationality for the enlistment and issuance of the Ghana card.
He said the Minority solidly trusts that numerous Ghanaians will be denied the chance to enlist and be issued with the Ghana card since the National Identification Authority (NIA) has restricted the verification of citizenship to international ID and birth testament.
Tending to the press in Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu said the Minority will proceed with their blacklist of the enlistment procedure in parliament until an assurance on the issue.
“This activity must be comprehensive… As a matter of looking for legitimate elucidation on the status of the voter ID card as reference, we will scrutinize that in the Supreme Court of Ghana based on their before decisions and position on the issue,” Haruna Iddrisu told media,
“The National Democratic Congress delegates in parliament we are an extremely capable minority and we owe the general population of Ghana a specific clarification on a noteworthy national exercise that is occurring. We will keep up a blacklist of the activity until the point that some lawful issues are set out as per the general inclination of all Ghanaians. Just 2 million Ghanaians have visas and just 7 million have birth authentications, it implies that lone 7 million are being considered for this activity having tuned in to the CEO of the NIA where he demonstrated that lone the international IDs and the birth confirmations will be required with the end goal of enlistment. It is our solid view that the voters’ ID card, which created a legislature is a honest to goodness reference archive,” he included.
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