11 January 2013

Ghana: TDC Holds End of Year Service

The Tema Development Corporation (TDC) has held a Thanksgiving Service to give thanks and praise to the almighty God for seeing members of the boards, management and staff of the corporation throughout the 2012 calendar year.

The corporation also took the opportunity to honour persons who had served it for a long time under its 'long service' awards category, as well as those who retired during the year.

Rewards were, in addition, given to personalities who distinguished themselves in the service of the corporation during the 2012 calendar year.

Addressing the service, Mr. Joe Abbey, Managing Director of the TDC, reiterated his outfit's determination to continue with its plans to redevelop the Tema Township to bring it up to date with modern trends.

He said the redevelopment of the Kaiser Flats at Tema Community Four (4) would commence as soon as a legal suit filed against the corporation was cleared out of court.

Mr. Abbey disclosed that the Tema redevelopment master plan for the next four years would also include a Chinese infilling building technology at Site Three (3), a suburb of Tema Community One.

"The year 2012 saw TDC going hi-tech after the connection of an information and communication technology (ICT) upgrading project, which was aimed at customising planning system for document tracking, enhancing information generation, and facilitating the spread of information," Mr. Abbey revealed.

The TDC MD continued that in 2012, the corporation saw a massive improvement in its attempt to restructure its organisational efficiency, which, according to him, saw the corporation's routine proposed project at Community 24 progressing steadily.

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