The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) says the issues to do with the $72 million software procured to automate its operations are far from over. SSNIT Director-General, Dr John Kojo Ofori Tenkorang said there are currently over 2,000 issues with the software that have been shared with the vendors.
He told Evans Mensah on Joy FM’s Top Story Monday, the two service providers, Perfect Business System and Silver Lake Consortium, have promised to rectify the issues. Dr Tenkorang likened the current state of the software to a vehicle that travels 30 miles an hour instead of the expected 160 miles an hour.
He was reacting to findings from Joy News’ investigations which revealed the SSNIT software is functioning contrary to initial claims.
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