Kwarteng Arthur sues NCA, Telcos to stop ongoing SIM card re-registration exercise
Private Legal Practitioner Francis Kwarteng Arthur has filed application at the Human Right Division of the High Court to stop Telcos in ongoing SIM card re-registration exercise.
Lawyer Francis Kwarteng Arthur is praying the court to:
1) Make an order directing the National Communication Authority (NCA) to suspend it’s notice to mobile network operators directing, instructing or requiring them to procure, store or use the Applicant’s personal information (including his fingerprints, palmprints, Iris or facial pattern record or other biometric data or particulars and of other subscribers pending determination of the issue in the originating motion on notice.
2) Make an order of mandatory injuction directed at the second respondent- Ghana Telecommunication Company to suspend collection, storage or use of the Applicant’s personal information (including his fingerprints, palmprints, Iris or facial pattern record or other biometric data or particulars and of other subscribers pending determination of the issue in the originating motion on notice.
Source : africaneditors.com
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