Gov’t prepared to help Ghana Post – Bawumia

VP Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has emphasized government’s obligation to help Ghana Post in releasing its center command as the nation’s assigned Postal Service Operator.

As indicated by the Vice President, when Ghana Post is well resourced, the organization can be more beneficial considering the current worldwide drive towards online business and digitalization.

He showed that the advancement of little and medium-sized endeavors (SMEs) is essential for the monetary improvement of any country.

In the mean time, one imperative for SMEs is having dependable and financially savvy messenger administration for conveyances.

Dr Bawumia spread the word about this when the board and the executives of Ghana Post, drove by Managing Director Bice Osei Kuffour, paid a kindness on him at the Jubilee House.

The Board Chairman, George Afedzi Hayford, broadened appreciation from the board, the executives and staff to the Akufo-Addo-Bawumia government for resuscitating Ghana Post by presenting the National Digital Property Address System (NDPAS) and other groundbreaking drives, including government bailout during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Bice Osei Kuffour, prominently known as Obuor, added that with the effective execution of digitalization in Ghana Post’s critical activities, the firm is prepared to serve Ghanaians with client focused developments and keep on separating itself as the life saver to everybody’s cutoff time.

He, in this way, engaged the public authority to help Ghana Post’s joint effort with other state establishments to incorporate taxpayer supported organizations in each of the 360 arranged branches to supplement the public authority’s decentralization and advanced plan, make Ghana Post more productive and offer solace to people and associations.

“We have industrially situated ourselves to run these administrations with speed, productivity, and security. We wish to request your help to lead the mission of carrying taxpayer supported organizations to the doorstep of Ghanaians through our decisively situated branches across the country. We are proficient, tenacious and savvy,” MD Bice Osei Kuffour said.

In his reaction, the Vice President expressed that the call for help is convenient and in accordance with the public authority’s plan of supporting state organizations to be steady and productive.

The seven-part board, led by Mr Afedzi Hayford, with Alfred Nii Nortey, Frederick Akuffo-Gyimah, Yiadom Boakye Kessie, Micheal Omari Wadie, and Madam Abena Durowaa Mensah as individuals, is ready to help the MD, Bice Osei Kuffour, and the administration of Ghana Post to change the organization into a profit paying organization that gives work fulfillment to its representatives and clients.

SOURCE/ Owusu Baffour

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