A One-stop service center that makes its possible for the service of governmental agencies to be accessed at one location has opened in Accra.
Dr Omane Boamah Min. for communications briefing the media at the opening ceremony of the One-stop center for the public service.
A section of the Media pensively listening to Min For Communications Dr. Omane Boamah at Press Conference on the Tier 2 Pension Strike.
Min for Communications Dr.Edward Omane Boamah on an inspection at the One -stop center for the public service.
The Director General of National Information Communications Technology Mr. William Tevie describing the One-stop center as a state-of-the-art Facility and would empower gov'nt institutions to provide prompt services for the public.
Dr. Edward Omane Boamah interacts with representatives of the Ghana Fire Services at the one-stop service center.
The WHO Rep. in Ghana Dr. Magda Robado explaining issues at the Inter-Ministerial Press conference on Ebola Viral Disease.
Dr. Kwaku Agyemang- mensah,Hon. minister for health addresses the media at the inter-ministerial press conference on the EVD
Hon. Ato Sarpong, Deputy minister for communications(5th from left)flanked by the newly sworn-in board of Ghana Post.
Dr.Omane Boamah gives this opening remarks at the inter-ministerial press conference the Ebola Viral Disease
Minister For Communications Dr. Edward Omane Boamah interacting with one of the agencies at the newly opened one stop-center for governmental agencies.
Ministry of Communications exists to facilitate the development of a reliable and cost effective world-class communications infrastructure and services, driven by appropriate technological innovations to enhance the promotion of economic competitiveness in a knowledge-based environment.
Ban on procurement of Christmas gifts & present with Government funds
Ministries, Departments and Agencies have been reminded of the President’s directive banning the procurement of Christmas gifts and presents with Government funds A statement signed by the Minister for Communications, Dr. Edward Omane Boamah, said the 2013 directive targeting all MDAs financed from the consolidated fund “is still in force and all concerned are expected to comply.”
Minister meets with Mr. Francois Rancy
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