The Chief of the Defense Staff, in his opening remarks, congratulated Bice Osei Kuffour on his appointment. Further, he indicated that to be a good musician and get to the level Obour got to underpins his high level of creativity and has no doubt that he will employ his creative insight to help lift the fortunes of Ghana Post, which like any other Postal service was initially rattled by the emergence of information communications technology (ICT).
Vice Admiral Seth Amoama said he considers the visit a significant one because of the already existing relationship between the two organizations. He further expressed how helpful Ghana Post’s managing of Military enlisted forms has been and looks forward to expanding the scope of work into the future.
On his part, the Managing Director of Ghana Post, Mr Bice Osei Kuffour, thanked CDS Vice Admiral Seth Amoama for his warm reception and the loyalty the Armed forces have shown towards Ghana Post through thick and thin and the opportunity to surge forward together as two strategic institutions of State.
Mr Bice Osei Kuffour further reiterated that he has come to the Post with a new vision of Speed and Precision to ensure that Ghana Post does not lose out on the competition in the courier and postal services industry as a whole.
The Ghana Post delegation included Nana Yaw Osei-Darkwa, the Managing Director’s advisor on Government Business, Shiela Barketey, Head of EMS and Quality Control, Maud Ofori – EMS Priority services, Mr. Kofi Baah, Executive Secretary of the MD and Georgina Bimpong, Special Assistant to the MD.