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.
 

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NEWLY SWORN-IN BOARD MEMBERS OF GHANA METEOROLOGICAL AGENCY WITH THE HON. MINISTER AND CHIEF DIRECTOR MoC

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NEWLY SWORN-IN BOARD CHAIRMAN OF GHANA METEOROLOGICAL AGENCY

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Prof. NII NARKU QUAYNOR ADDRESSING STAKEHOLDERS AT THE NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY POLICY AND STRATEGY FORUM

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A SECTION OF STAKEHOLDERS AT THE JUST ENDED VALIDATION WORKSHOP ON THE BROADCASTING BILL

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STAKEHOLDERS AT THE JUST ENDED VALIDATION WORKSHOP ON THE BROADCASTING BILL

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STAKEHOLDERS AT THE JUST ENDED VALIDATION WORKSHOP ON THE BROADCASTING BILL

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STAKEHOLDERS AT THE JUST ENDED FORUM ON THE BROADCASTING BILL

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   Ghana National Cyber Security Policy & Strategy

   

In the early 2000’s, the focus of ICTs in Africa was on expanding Internet access. With t he advent of submarine fiber optics Internet transit,countries within.    ..Download Here..

 

Mr. Felix Kwakye Fosu

President John Dramani Mahama has, in accordance with Article 79(1) of the 1992 Constitution, nominated Mr Felix Kwakye Fosu as a Deputy Minister of Communications.

 Revised Broadcasting Bill

 Two stakeholders raised issues on the legal basis of the Bill citing Article 162 of the 1992 Constitution which provides that there shall be no law requiring any person Read More

 

 

 

Mr. Edward Ato Sarpong

  President John Dramani Mahama has in accordance with Article 79(1) of the 1992 Constitution, nominated Mr Edward Ato Sarpong as a Deputy Minister of Communications.

                   Flood Alert

 The general public is kindly advised to avoid fast moving rainwater, and areas they know have big drains.Call any of these numbers 0299005011 read more...

e Transform Project

The Government of Ghana has received credit from the International Development Association (IDA) in the amount of Ninety-seven. read more...

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