The Ghana National Household Registry ( GNHR ) has held its second phase of data collection in Cape Coast in the Central Region.

According to Dr. Richard Adjetey of (GNHR), data collection will start at Cape Coast with eight Regions and not Districts.

The eight Regions included Greater Accra, Eastern Region, Bono and others.

He added that information will be structured in different folds.

Dr. Richard Adjetey from the Ghana National Households Registry, in a presentation announced that,
“Household registry will help to ensure members are registered to accelerate appropriate incoperation of humans.”

He further urged Information Officers to endeavor to penetrate the various MMDAs to educate people on the campaign on the need to register their household.

Dr. Adjetey reiterated the involvement of the Community Information Centers ( CICs).

The Acting Chief Information officer, Mr. David Owusu Amoah, in a closing remarks said that it was important for officers to identify areas assigned to them and endeavor to give up their best to make the exercise a success.

Mr Owusu Amoah urged members of the house to caution friends and family members to register their houses with the Ghana National Household Registry in order to avoid any demolition.

Mr. Owusu Amoah expressed gratitude for the effort made by Information Officers in the first exercise which yielded a good percentage of eighty (80%) of data collected last year.

The one-day meeting of the second phase sensitisation will commence in August, 2023.