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Why I Sat Quietly Through All The Chaos In Parliament – Kennedy Agyapong speaks(Video)

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On Thursday, January 7, 2021, the stance of Assin’s Central Member of Parliament, Mr. Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, shocked many as he was one of many NPP MPs who held their cool during the parliamentary failures.

Many tended to praise the MP for his very unassuming approach that ultimately led to the restoration of peace in the August Chamber.

He came to talk about events and what affected his behavior as they occurred on Thursday.

Kennedy Agyapong stated that there was a deliberate attempt by some NDC members of Parliament to trigger confusion and destroy President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-swearing-in Addo’s and inauguration.

He assumes that this is why the whole brouhaha took place in parliament prior to the Thursday afternoon incident.

According to him, this “intelligence” and game plan was obtained by him long before the event was going to happen.

He adds that the NPP MPs, including himself, agreed to remain calm, particularly because there were dignitaries in the country who were invited to witness the case, in order to prevent further delays that would eventually translate into and impact the swearing-in and inauguration process.

“I didn’t want to destroy Akufo-swearing-in Addo’s that is why I sat down quietly and observed the NDC members.”I didn’t want to destroy the swearing-in of Akufo-Addo-why that’s I sat quietly and watched the NDC members.

“We [NPP] may have fought,” but the swearing-in of MPs-Elect and finally the President and his Vice-swearing-in President’s would have dragged and affected, which is why we on the NPP side agreed to be quiet to let the NDC members have their way.”

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Source: GhanaCNN.com 

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How To Check Your MTN SIM Card Details in Ghana

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How To Check Your MTN SIM Card Details in Ghana

After you’ve registered your MTN SIM card with the vendor or the office, double-check that the information you entered is right.

This is critical because if you do not take care of it, it will influence you whenever you visit any of the MTN offices to obtain account details. MTN, for example, would not be able to open your mobile money account if it is closed.

 

To do so, simply dial *400# from any mobile device, like Android, iPhone, or Yam.

You will then see your FULLNAME (FIRST NAME, LAST NAME), ID TYPE, last four digits of your ID, and your Day and the month of birth.

Additionally, a message with the same information above will be sent to you via SMS.

If the information provided is incorrect, you can update it online here, or you can visit any MTN Ghana office nationwide with the ID you used to register the SIM card.

Final thoughts

In Ghana, registering an MTN SIM card is a very easy and fast operation.

Currently, you are unable to register your MTN SIM card on your own. You can only do so by going to any of MTN’s vendors or offices throughout the country.

MTN SIM cards cost GHS 3.00 in Ghana, and if a vendor wants to sell you one for more than that, you can go to another vendor.

Furthermore, registering your SIM in Ghana is free, so you need not pay anything when setting up your account.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Requirements For Registering Your MTN SIM Card In Ghana

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Requirements For Registering Your MTN SIM Card In Ghana

There are certain conditions you must fulfill before you can register your MTN SIM card in Ghana. Your SIM will not be registered for you if you do not meet any of these conditions.

Some criteria for registering your MTN SIM card in Ghana are listed below:

  • National Photo Identification Card (Ghana Card, Voter’s ID, Driver’s License, or Ghana Passport)
  • A new MTN SIM card
  • Your address of residence (you can include the Ghana Post GPS code (GE-XXX-XXXX))

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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How To Register Your MTN SIM Card By Yourself

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How To Register Your MTN SIM Card By Yourself

When you buy a new MTN SIM card from a reputable Ghanaian retailer, your SIM will be registered for you. However, there will be times when you are unable to register your SIM at that time. If this occurs, you must return home and register the new MTN SIM on your own. As a result, I wrote this article to demonstrate how to register your MTN SIM card in Ghana.

MTN Ghana is one of (if not the) country’s largest and most widely used telecommunications platforms. MTN (formerly Areeba) has been in the Ghanaian telecommunications sector for over two decades (2).

After they rebranded from Areeba to MTN, most Ghanaians were of the view that this business was going to collapse soon. Over two (2) decades on, Ghanaians have now realized that MTN Ghana has gained a market in Ghana and has indeed come to stay for good.

Almost every village in Ghana has now been connected to the MTN Ghana network. Thus, it is no news that MTN is the biggest telecommunication platform in Ghana.

In terms of mobile money, even uneducated Ghanaians from both the rural and urban areas are now active on MTN Mobile Money. In my village alone, somewhere in the Eastern Region of Ghana, there are more than ten (10) MTN Mobile Money (MoMo) operators.

 

How to Register Your MTN SIM Card in Ghana

Before you can use a SIM card in Ghana, you must first register it with the appropriate network provider. You can’t register your MTN SIM card with Vodafone or vice versa, for example. Otherwise, the SIM card will not function until you have completed your due diligence.

  1. Visit any MTN authorized vendor or office in the country
  2. Give your SIM card to the merchant
  3. Provide the merchant with your ID document
  4. In a few minutes, the merchant will register your SIM card for and get you registered on the MTN Ghana subscriber’s database
  5. Upon successful completion, the merchant will hand over your registered SIM and ID document to you
  6. Afterward, insert the SIM card into your mobile phone and enjoy all the MTN Ghana services.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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