Business News of Wednesday, 2 August 2017
The Board Chairman of the National Communications Authority (NCA, Mr Kwaku Sakyi-Addo, has asked members of the board and management of the authority to adhere to corporate governance structures and also respect the existing hierarchy and reporting lines.
He also charged them to exhibit exemplary behaviours such that media reportage of NCA will be positive to guarantee the authority’s reputation as a credible and world class regulator.
Mr Sakyi-Addo made the call when he led the new board members of the NCA to meet with staff and management of the authority at the weekend.
He said “the Board of Directors is assured that NCA has professional staff and that the professional advice and input of staff would be valued’.
Mr Sakyi-Addo urged his fellow board members, management and staff to take into account the interest of all the stakeholders they were to serve; the government to the operator and to the consumer in achieving the authority’s objectives as well as addressing the challenges of the industry.
He assured staff of better working conditions and necessary resources in order for them to deliver and achieve the set objectives for the authority.
Mr Sakyi-Addo thanked the acting Director General and staff for their dedicated service and requested for their support to help the Board of Directors drive the organisation toachieve their objectives.
Earlier in his opening remarks, the acting Director General of NCA, Mr Joe Anokye, welcomed the board and commended staff of the authority for the support given him during his six month stay in office.
New board members
The Board of Directors, was inaugurated by the Minister for Communications, Mrs Ursula Owusu-Ekuful on Thursday, July 6, 2017, in Accra.
The other members of the board are; Mr Joseph Anokye, Kwabena Adu-Boahene, Mr Bernard Forson, Mr Philip Asare Kwame Ayesu, Mrs Susan Barbara Adjorkor Boye Kumapley and Mr Paul Adom –Otchere.