From Sebastian R. Freiku, Kumasi
The Ghana Post Company Limited has emphasised the need for employees, particularly, those on retirement, to register with the National Digital Property Addressing system, Ghana Post (GPS). Mr. Johnson Asante, Northern Sector Head of the company, announced at a forum in Kumasi that Ghana Post would soon engage young graduates to embark on a public education programme on the need to register with the system.
This, he said, would enable members of the general public to easily know the location of residences and workplaces. According to him, the GPS is requisite requirement for the acquisition of the National Identify Card, which would soon be issued to all Ghanaian nationals. Mr. Asante disclosed that Ghana Post would also visit churches, Mosques, as well as the market places, to educate them on the system.
The GP Regional Head cautioned that anybody who lied about residence and location would be exposed and blacklisted.