The National Identification Authority (NIA) has released the names and other details of their permanent staff deployed to handle all of the institution’s district and regional offices across the country.

If you remember, the Controller and Accountant-General Department’s (CAGD) call for all public sector workers to register and be issued the Ghana Card before December 1, 2021, generated some controversies in the country and the call on the NIA to speed up the process to Fastrack the registration was high.

Read our article on CAGD – Public Sector Workers Must Own Ghana Card By December 2021 To Enjoy Continuous Salary Payment

Well, these calls have generated some positive feedback. Some time ago, the NIA shut down all offices across the country except the head office in a bid to start processes leading to fully functioning offices across the length and breadth of the country.

The authority explain by the end of the second week in November, everything will be in place. It seems things have begun falling in place as there is a list that shows details of some officials who have been deployed to begin manning the offices in the country.

Trendsmaniac.com can neither confirm nor deny the authenticity of this list, However, it is ideal that you look out for those deployed to your district or region so that you can begin assisting them to settle down in order for their works to begin as early as possible.

You can also read and find help on the NIA Offices In Volta Region – Where You Can Get Registered

Below, you’ll find the deployment list. You can get in touch with these people to find out if they are ready to move into town and start work. You can also begin getting accommodations sorted out for them.

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