The Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL) will continue to use available human and material resources to improve its fortunes. The Managing Director (MD) of the company, Ato Afful, who gave the assurance, said that would also impact positively on the economy to help achieve the Ghana Beyond Aid agenda. Speaking with the Daily Graphic on
The Gaming Commission is a body corporate, established by the Gaming Act 2006 (Act 721), with the main purpose of regulating, controlling, monitoring and supervising the operation of games of chance in this country.
A citation accompanying the award said: “Under your leadership, the NPRA has chalked up many significant successes, key among them being the transfer of an outstanding GH¢3.1 billion in tier two pension funds to the custodial accounts of the various labour unions’ pension schemes, the opening of Sunyani and Takoradi Zonal Offices of the NPRA and the launching of a pension scheme for cocoa farmers.”
The Executive Director of the State Interests and Governance Authority (SIGA), Mr. Stephen Asamoah-Boateng, has explained that the presidential directive on the dissolution and reconstitution of statutory Boards and Corporations does not affect state-owned enterprises (SoEs) that are limited liability companies and those listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE). Consequently, he said, SIGA had