DG Of GPHA Engages Stakeholder Agencies On His Familiarization Tour Duty Call

Michael Luguje in a group photograph with some stakeholders

The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority has promised to work closely with agencies in the maritime and port industry to increase the number of cargoes that come through Ghana’s Ports.

The acting Director General of GPHA, Michael Luguje made this known during a visit to the Ghana Shippers Authority.

Michael Luguje also assured that he is committed to working assiduously to improve export business in the country through productive initiatives.

The Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Shippers Authority, Benonita Mismarck pledge their support for the Authority to improve services rendered to shippers.

The Director General of GPHA had earlier called on the counterpart the Director General of the Ghana Maritime Authority which also a key stakeholder in ensuring security on Ghana’s waters.

The GMA Boss said his outfit will continue to police Ghana’s waters to provide a safer environment for vessels that call the Ports.

The DG of GPHA, Michael Luguje promised to collaborate with the Ghana Maritime Authority and the Ghana Navy to improve maritime security and particularly clamp down on the construction of illegal port facilities.

The Director-General and his team also visited the Tema Metropolitan Assembly where its Chief Executive, Felix Mensah Nii Annang-La pledged to cooperate with the Port Authority to improve port business.

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