1. Applicant purchases passport application form from approved point of sale; (ALL THE MAJOR BANKS IN GHANA) 2. Applicant fills passport application form correctly and submits it together with relevant documents to a Passport Application Center [PAC]. 3. Applicant is invited to take digital photograph and biometric data-finger-prints 4. Applicant receives a submission

Internet Data Bundle Fraudsters in Ghana.

Internet data is the service provided by telecom operators to the end users for using internet. Mobile data is one way that mobile device users can gain wireless access to the internet. Internet fraud is the use of Internet services or software with Internet access to defraud victims or to otherwise


Mobile phones have become vital to our lives and livelihoods. They’ve made it so much simpler and cheaper to transact business, move money, conduct research for school or work, and manage our relations with our families and friends. Messages that took a month in the post or hours of travelling

KelniGVG Ltd – Company Overview

KelniGVG Ltd, a player in the telecom industry, is a Ghanaian company that provides value-added ICT management and consultancy services. Incorporated in 1995, Kelni was acquired in 2017 by a group of Ghanaian entrepreneurs with the sole purpose of empowering Ghanaians and deepening their skills in technology by investing in best

KelniGVG Conducts Workshop For Senior Staff From NCA & GRA.

As part of its roll out plan and that the installation of the common platform has reached an advanced stage with the installation of the platform at GLO and the others lined up for the coming days, a select number of key staff from both the National Communication Authority &

Ghana Mobile Network Quality of Service (QoS) Monitoring Results for the 2018 First Quarter.

The National Communications Authority (NCA) has published the Mobile Network Quality of Service (QoS) Monitoring Results for the 2018 First Quarter. This follows an earlier plan released by the Authority to conduct field QoS Monitoring in all district capitals for five (5) regions, namely, Ashanti, Eastern, Greater Accra, Northern and

Ministry of Communications (MoC) responds to IMANI of alleged KelniGVG Contract.

The attention of the Ministry of Communications (MoC) has been drawn to an article released by IMANI Ghana, containing a litany of misinformation about the ministry, its mandate under the law and its conduct in fulfilment of such mandate. The MoC, by this statement, would like to set the records straight.

IMANI Exposes Fake KELNIGVG Website after alleged $89million Fraud Contract with Ghana.

IMANI Center for Policy and Education, a Ghana-based think-tank which sets out to achieve its mission by subjecting any government policy that is likely to have systematic implications for development to basic ‘value for money’, ‘due diligence’ and ‘rational choice’, ‘public choice’ and ‘vested interest’ analysis and then actively engage

The Masquerade Against The Common Platform (Response to IMANI).

The recent commentary from Imani Africa (and I am being polite in describing it as commentary) is as barefaced and malevolent a hatchet job as one could hope to see. The blatant disregard for accuracy and fair comment reeks of malice aforethought. Throughout the piece, there is evidence aplenty of an