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The successful Story Of NIA Popularly know as Ghana Card

The successful Story Of NIA Popularly know as Ghana Card


Ghana and Ghanaians have finally been able to get a unique and international Standard ECOWAS IDENTITY CARD among some few countries in Africa and the world as a whole Popularly know as GHANA CARD.

I wanna use this opportunity to congratulate Our Able and Hard-working Bosses at the top especially Man Of the moment Prof Ken Ateffuah who has been trusted by His Excellency Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo to deliver and have delivered again.

All field officials (Soldiers) whom have also tremendously put in their energy, strength and might (the physical insult, attack, mosquito bites, Dua B) 😅).

To ensure a dream that has been in the pipeline for 18 years have finally been achieved across the country I say Ayekoo to everyone.

And to our flied Soldiers “colleagues” whom in line of duty have lost their live😪 may their souls rest in peace and we send our warm condolences to their families and friends.

Very soon NIA will open district and regional offices and All hard work will be rewarded accordingly without hesitation so everyone should keep calm and put in their best since KPI is major.

Moreover all field Soldiers should try and abstain from anything illegal or against our rules to avoid being suspended or demised forever remember Last Days Are Very Dangerous.

Let do professional work as we have been trained to and enjoy our sweat and stress.

God Bless Our Homeland Ghana
God Bless NIA
Future Solution is here to stay

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