Samuel Nartey George collects signatures to file suits against Ursula Owusu Akuffu and Ministry of Communication and Digitalization
Following the unyielding nature of the Communications and Digitalization Minister and her co-horts , the Ningo Prampram Member of Parliament is collecting signatures to warrant a court suit against the obnoxious directive of blocking unregistered sim cards.
The Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram, Honourable Samuel Nartey George has commenced an action to collect signatures to press a court action against the unyielding nature of the Minister for Communications and Digitalization.
The action dubbed, "SIM RE-REGISTRATION CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT SIGN-UP FORM" with the directive, Please fill this form if you are interested in being a claimant or wish to state a claim against your telecom network provider and the NCA and the Ministry of Communication if you are or have been affected by the blockage of your SIM Card in the ongoing punitive measures that are being implemented against cards that have not been re-registered was posted on his Facebook page. "We wish to have as many genuine claimants as possible to jointly sue the above-named to restore our SIM Cards to full service", it said.
The emerging action was necessitated by the arrogant posture of the sector Minister, Ursula Owusu Akuffu in unjustly ordering the blocking of unregistered sim cards which largely was not the fault of sim card holders. The form spelled out details required to press the court action. Below is the form with the spelled details.
Required Full Name Email Address Phone number Which of the following issues do you have at the moment? I have registered for my Ghana Card but do not have it yet to do my SIM Re-registration I have applied to register for my Ghana Card but I will not get it in time for September 30th I fully re-registered my SIM Card but my line was disconnected I wish to challenge the legality of the SIM re-registration I got the Ghana Card, but there was a mistake or my card is missing and yet to be replaced, and because of that I cannot register my SIM Other: Please tick the box here to affirm that you wish to be a complainant in the class action lawsuit being prepared.
I wish to be part of the lawsuit and by clicking this box I confirm my participation. I do not wish to be part of the lawsuit Other: Registration Remarks (Please Indicate your SIM Registration complaints if you wish).
Report by Prosper Kwaku Selassy Agbitor