25 July 2014

Ghana: Communications Ministry Inaugurates Three Boards

press release

The Ministry of Communications, inaugurated three Boards for three of its agencies in Accra.

The agencies are the Ghana Metrological Agency, Ghana Post Company Limited and the Postal and Courier Regulatory Services Commission.

Members of the Board for the Ghana Metrological Agency are Prof. E. A. Gyasi (Chairman), Dr Robert B. K. Lem and Ms Georgina Joapap-Tackie.

The others are Mrs Amerley Amarteifio, Dr Kwadwo Owusu, Mr Ben Ampomah, Mrs Charlotte Morgan-Asiedu, Dr. Samuel Adu Kumi and Stephen Yaokuma Komla.

For the Board of the Ghana Post, the members are Brig-Gen. Joseph K. Klobodu (Chairman), Mr Livingstone I. Asamoah, Mr. Ernest Nimako , Nii Tachie Kommey and Dr Narteh Siaw-Sappore.

And for the Board of the Postal and Courier Regulatory Services Commission, Mr. Kofi Nyantakyi (Chairman), Mrs Samata Mumuni, Mr Kwadwo Owusu Anti, Mr. James Kwaku Asante, Mr. George C. Abofra and Ms Teki Akuetteh are members.

The Deputy Minister for Communications, Hon. Ato Sarpong, congratulated members of the various boards and cautioned them against using their new positions for their selfish needs and rather come up with better strategies to enhance the work of the Boards and move the nation forward.

Source: ISD (Edem Agblevor)


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