Residents at Adenta and its environs have been asked to go and retrieve their National Identification cards from the centres they registered.
Public Relations Officer (PRO) for the Authority, Mr Francis Palmdeti, told Kwabena Agyapong that the cards were ready hence the need for them to go and retrieve them.
He has also announced the extension of registration by three days and has encouraged residents who have not been able to register to take advantage of the extension.
Aside the extension, the NIA will have one centre at the Adenta office to allow residents who could not register on the days advertised to do so.
From Adenta, the NIA will move to Madina from December 2-22 December 2018.
The exercise will continue to other areas in Accra from which the registration team will move to the Volta, Northern, Upper East, Upper West, Brong Ahafo, Western, Ashanti, Eastern, Western and Central regions in that order.
The exercise is expected to last for two months in the Ashanti Region while one month will be spent on each of the remaining eight regions.
The Adenta registration he said has given them a lot of insight and as an organization they will use that to improve upon what they have done, he said.
The requirement for the registration he emphasised has not changed and Ghanaians are required to have their birth certificates, passport or have guarantors who have already registered to stand in for them if they lack access to any of the documents mentioned.
From June 2018, selected institutions and state agencies including the Parliament of Ghana, the Presidency and the Judiciary Service were registered and issued with the card.
The NIA has so far issued over 80,000 cards within the last four months, mostly to workers of the state institutions.