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29-May-2013  
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The Commission of Customs, Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS) in consultation with the Chief of Staff at the office of the President has effected changes at the leadership level with immediate effect.

A press release signed by Mr Mahama Ayariga, Minister of Information and Media Relations copied to the Ghana News Agency on Wednesday, said Mr John Vianney Kundamnuru, Acting Assistant Commissioner of Customs stationed at Ho, has been transferred to Tema; whiles Mr Isaac T. Abbey, Acting Assistant Commissioner of Customs, has been moved from Sunyani to the Kotoka International Airport (KIA).

Mr Awudu Osman, Assistant Commissioner stationed at Tema, is on transfer to Kumasi, Mr Y.A Ibrahim, Assistant Commisioner, has been transferred from Tema to the Divisional Headquarters and M. M Nasirudeen has been moved from KIA to Sunyani.

The rest are Ms Esi Dadjo, Acting Assistant Commissioner of Customs stationed at Kumasi, is on transfer to Tema and Ms Confidence Nyadzi, Chief collector of Customs stationed at Tema, has been transferred to Ho.

Meanwhile, the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) also in consultation with the Chief of Staff at the Presidency has also made changes in the leadership.

Ms Hawawu Salifu, Chief Revenue Officer of GRA, who is the current Procurement Officer, takes over the position of Head of Procurement, whiles Ms Essie Sekyi, Assistant Commissioner of GRA, currently in charge of Stores, becomes Assistant Commissioner, Training and Ms Ernestina Asafo Boakye takes up the position as Head of Stores.

 
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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