The Registrar General’s Office software application has been fully restored and operational.
A statement signed by Ms. Jemima Oware, the Registrar General, with a copy to the Ghana News Agency (GNA), states that the restoration was carried out on Tuesday, October 13, 2020, with all of the department’s electronic platforms functioning properly.
The Department’s software application was temporarily shut down after employees of Ghana Community Network (GCNet), its service provider, launched industrial action on October 1, 2020, terminating service to Department clients. .
The statement said “operations have been fully restored… In this regard, the department has resumed normal operations and services Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm each day. “
The Department expressed gratitude to the leadership of the GC Network for their efforts to resolve issues and restore the Department’s software application to keep its operations and services running smoothly.
He reminded clients to file annual returns as the deadline for filing annual returns for fiscal year 2019/2020 would be December 31, 2020.
The press release states that the notice applies to companies limited by shares, limited liability by guarantee (churches and associations) and external companies; Sole proprietorships and partnerships must also renew their business names for the year.
He cautioned the public to refrain from obtaining intermediaries or agents for their business registrations, as the ministry would not be responsible for any fraud.
The statement says the ministry does not have a “cancellation unit” or “attorney” mandated to cross out company / business names and does not operate the account payment system. mobile money.
He urged clients to visit the ministry’s website www.rgd.gov.gh to download application forms or to visit its internal Fidelity bank to purchase application forms.