The National Identification Authority (NIA) has dismissed claims that Ghanaians who are yet to register for the Ghana Card would be charged GH¢250.
The NIA prior presented two bundles for people who can’t enroll for the public ID cards during the cross country free mass enlistment exercise to do as such at a charge.
The two bundles, institutional and premium, would be done at GH¢100 and GH¢250 individually.
The Head of Public Relations at the Authority, Abudu Abdul-Ganiyu, remarking on the expenses charged said individuals requiring premium administrations for their enlistment would be charged GH¢250, while foundations with beyond what 50 workers can likewise welcome the NIA to their premises for the enrollment at GH¢100 per head.
He said “Enlistment has consistently been free yet there are a couple of special cases and that one relies upon the person. NIA will set up premium enlistment places the nation over. At the point when you go to the superior enrollment places you pay a measure of GH¢250.
Then, at that point, we additionally have family enrollment where you can welcome us to your homes in case you are at least 5.
“We will come and get your family enlisted. For that one every individual pays GH¢150. Then, at that point, we can likewise have institutional enrollment where you welcome us to enlist you, you should be 50 individuals or more and every individual pays GH¢100. With the top notch enlistment, you anticipate that the queues should be more limited and the climate will be very unique.”