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The Daily Graphic entreats the National Identification Authority, NIA, to endeavor to eliminate challenges that have characterized its registration of Ghanaians and non-Ghanaian residents.  It says in as much as the Authority has a herculean task of ensuring the smooth implementation of a single identification system. It is imperative it answers all concerns and queries and avoid attempts to defend itself.  The paper further calls on corporate entities to give financial assistance t the NIA to enable it to discharge its duties effectively.

The Ghanaian Times emphasizes the need to sustain the nationwide polio immunization campaign until every child is free from the disease.  The paper therefore appeals to stakeholders especially parents to give the exercise the necessary attention for children under five to be administered, the multiple does of the oral polio vaccine which does not pose any harm to them.

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