GPHA Thanks God For A Successful 2019     

The Staff and Management of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority have held their annual thanksgiving Service to appreciate the goodness of the Lord for a successful 2019.

The workers of GPHA shared the moment of worship and thanksgiving with other stakeholder organisations who have collaborated consistently with the Port Authority in the day to day activities within Ghana’s port and maritime industry.

Led by the GPHA Choir, the group sang and danced away their gratitude in hymns and songs of praises.

The Director of Tema Port, Sandra Opoku, expressed special gratitude to the hardworking staff of GPHA, who according to her had worked tirelessly towards the growth of the company, despite challenging periods within the year 2019.

“In this time of thanksgiving we would also like to express our appreciation to all our staff whose tireless effort have contributed to our success as an organisation,” she said.                

The Director General of Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority, Michael Luguje, acknowledged the efforts of the labour unions who have strived for the sustenance of the Port Authority over the past months.

He revealed that in spite of challenges facing the entire industry globally, the year 2019 saw a consistent cargo throughput consistent with that of 2018.                            

Apostle Eric Nyamekye, Chairman of the Pentecost Church of Ghana, encouraged the staff members to commit their ways to God, to achieve success throughout 2020. 

In a related development, the staff and management of the Port of Takoradi, have held a thanksgiving service to appreciate the goodness of God over the year 2019 and usher in a prospective year in 2020.

Capt. Ebenezer Afadzi, the Director of Takoradi Port, praised the efforts of management and staff for sailing through a difficult year successfully and envisaged a better 2020.

He revealed, however, that collaborations between the Port Authority and its stakeholders would be strengthened to improve port efficiency.

“We will be instituting a monthly stakeholders’ meeting with the Director of Port and we will start that next week,” he announced.

The Vice President of the Apostolic Church of Ghana, Apostle Dr. Frederick Yaw Agyeman, in his sermon emphasized the importance of dedication and loyalty to service and a positive attitude towards work to the socio-economic growth of the country.

“God pays attention to what we do. So do your work diligently and the good Lord will reward you,” he encouraged.

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