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Missing Receipt Book – IT FORM 140

The Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) announces for the information of the general public the loss of Receipt Book – IT Form 140 with serial numbers 0604351 - 0604400 issued to the Makola Small Taxpayer Office (STO).

Anyone with information on the missing Receipt Book should kindly report to any of the following places; the Makola Small Taxpayer Office (STO), located at the old Pz Building opposite Swanmill or contact the GRA Head office, Off Starlets ‘91 Road, near Accra Sports Stadium, Ministries or call Telephone numbers (0302) 685434 / (0302) 664164 / (0302) 685439 or e-mail Information to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

COMMISSIONER-GENERAL

GRA- INTEGRITY FAIRNESS SERVICE

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Basis for Determining Customs Value for Duty Purposes

The Customs Division of Ghana Revenue Authority, wishes to clarify to the trading public the methods, procedures and processes it follows when valuing goods for purposes of taxation; as is currently done at the Customs Technical Services Bureau (CTSB).  These methods and procedures are as approved by, and in consonance with, World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Customs Valuation (ACV), and Customs Act, 2015 (Act 891)


The primary basis for determining customs value is the transaction value. The transaction value is the actual price paid or payable for goods imported into the country. This shall be adjusted to include the following: freight (cost of transport of the goods), charges for loading, unloading and handling associated with the transport for importing the goods into the country; and insurance (Please refer to Section 67 of the Customs Act 2015, Act 891.
Additionally, any adjustments and/or additions (Article 8) made to the price paid or payable (i.e transaction value) shall also be factored in where applicable.

The following conditions have to be fulfilled for transaction value to be accepted:
(a)    that there are no restrictions as to the disposition or use of the goods by the buyer;
(b)    that the sale or price is not subject to some condition or consideration for which a value cannot be determined with respect to the goods being valued;
(c)    that no part of the proceeds of any subsequent resale, disposal or use of the goods by the buyer will accrue directly or indirectly to the seller;  and
(d)    that the buyer and seller are not related, or where the buyer and seller are related,  the relationship has not affected the value.
Where the Customs value cannot be ascertained on the basis of the transaction value, the other methods of valuation shall be applied, in hierarchical order, namely:
•    The transaction value of identical goods
•    The transaction value of similar goods
•    The deductive value method
•    The computed value method
•    The fall-back method.
Where there is reason to doubt the accuracy of the declared values, ACV permitsGhana Customs Administration the right and duty to request for additional information from the importer or reject such values and provide written explanation or justification for so doing.In order to provide an objective and scientific basis for doubting the accuracy of declared values, Customs may use Valuation Data base or benchmark values for risk management purposes.
The general trading public is therefore advised that in valuation practice, the cardinal principle underpinning the acceptance of a declared value as transaction value i.e. the price paid or payable is to provide TRUE, AUTHENTIC AND GENUINE trade documents viz:
I.    Commercial Invoice evidencing the sale/purchase;
II.    Bill of Lading covering the goods as described in the Manifest;
III.    Detailed and Comprehensive Packing List;
IV.    Any other applicable trade related document(s)
If all the above conditions are met by the importer or his /her agent, the transaction value would be accepted and a Customs Classification and Valuation Report (CCVR) issued within forty-eight hours.

COMMISSIONER-GENERAL

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Payment of Withholding Taxes – September, 2017

ALL WITHHOLDING TAX AGENTS TO NOTE

The Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) wishes to remind all withholding tax agents that withholding taxes must be paid to the Domestic Tax Revenue Division (DTRD) of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) by the 15th of every month.

The following withholding taxes deducted from:
•    employment,
•    payment for the supply or use of goods,
•    payment for the supply of any works
•    payment for the supply of services and all other withheld taxes for September 2017 are due by 15th October, 2017.

Pay all withheld taxes on due dates. All payments should be made with an accompanying schedule, in both hard and soft copies, indicating gross amount, the tax deducted and name(s) of taxpayer(s) from whom the taxes were withheld.

Please note that failure to pay tax on due date attracts an interest of 125% of the statutory rate, compounded monthly on the outstanding tax.

NOTE 
AS 15TH OCTOBER, 2017 FALLS ON A WEEKEND PAYMENT OF WITHHOLDING TAXES MUST BE RECEIVED AT THE TAX OFFICE BY 12 NOON FRIDAY, 13TH OCTOBER, 2017.

 

COMMISSIONER-GENERAL

GRA- INTEGRITY FAIRNESS SERVICE

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Application of VAT/NHIL Rates

It has come to the attention of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) that some manufacturers and service providers are wrongly charging VAT/NHIL at 3% instead of 17.5%.  For the avoidance of doubt, the Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) wishes to clarify that VAT/NHIL rates are applicable as follows:

Category            VAT/NHIL Rates To Be Charged
Services                               17.5%
Manufacturing                       17.5%
Wholesalers                            3%
Retailers                                 3%

All service providers, wholesalers, retailers and manufacturers are to take note and apply the rates accordingly.

                                                                            COMMISSIONER-GENERAL

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Guidelines on The Export and Re-Export of Petroleum Products from Ghana

1.      INTRODUCTION
The Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has noted with concern the rising incidence of fuel smuggling through the abuse of the export and re-export regime.

The following guidelines are issued to stem the abuses and to prevent further loss of revenue.

Petroleum Service Providers (PSPs) engaged in the export and re-export of petroleum products are required to follow these guidelines for the documentation and removal of their respective consignments.

2.      AN EXPORTER SHALL
2.1     Obtain an export licence from the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) in order to qualify to lift petroleum products for export / re-export from any storage depot in the country mainly Tema and Bolgatanga.

2.2    Apply to the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) to be registered as a self-declarant for purposes of Customs documentation.

2.3    Obtain a removal bond from an insurance company.  The procedure for obtaining the bond shall be as follows:
a)  An application shall be made to the Commissioner-General of the GRA
     for an estimate of the bond sum
    b)  An application under 2.3.a. shall include the following information:
         i.  The type of product and corresponding quantity intended for export/re-
         export over a ninety-day period.
        ii.  Country of destination.
    c) Upon the approval of the bond sum, the applicant proceeds to an
         insurance company for the issuance of the bond.
    d) Submit the bond to the Commissioner-General for authentication and
        approval through the Assistant Commissioner, Petroleum, Customs
               Division.

2.4    Report to the Sector Commander, Tema Oil Refinery (TOR) or Bolgatanga with a copy of the signed bond and the export licence to commence loading.


3.  REGISTRATION OF BULK ROAD VEHICLES (BRVs)
    3.1    All BRVs shall be registered by the Petroleum Regulator in their respective
        countries;
3.2    Such registration documents shall be submitted to the Ghana National
    Petroleum Authority for inspection and authentication;
3.3    The Chamber of Commerce of the receiving countries located in Ghana
    shall provide a list of all registered BRVs authorised to transport petroleum
products form Ghana  to the Assistant Commissioner, Petroleum, Customs
Division;
3.4    All approved BRVs as per 3.1 & 3.2 above shall be covered by Temporary
    Vehicle Importation (TVI) declarations;
3.5    All TVIs are to be submitted to the identified loading depots of the Customs
    Division together with the collection orders for approval before loading;
3.6    Customs shall seal the loaded BRV after loading.  Where an external
    agency has been contracted to seal the loaded trucks, their seal shall be an
    addition to the Custom seal.

4.  CUSTOMS DOCUMENTATION
4.1    Exporting company shall prepare export documents to cover BRVs and quantity loaded as follows:
        a)  Certificate of Origin (If it’s for direct export)
        b)  Customs Declaration forms
        c)  Customs Appendix Forms (Giving details of each BRV)
        d)  Invoice form Petroleum Service Provider (PSP) for export
        e)  Sales Purchase Agreement (SPA) or evidence of payment.

    4.2    The exporter shall submit the Customs Declaration with all the attachments
        to the Customs Officer-in-charge of the depot for processing.
   
4.3    The exporter shall obtain from Customs a hard copy of the details of all the
trucks conveying the consignment before final dispatch.  These details shall include the particulars of the truck as well as their respective loaded capacities, and the numbers of all the attached Customs seals.

5. ACTION AT CUSTOMS INTERMEDIATE CHECKPOINTS
5.1    At the intermediate checkpoints, officers shall conduct external examination to ensure that all seals are intact.
5.2    The checking officer shall record his findings on the Ghana Customs Management System (GCMS) workstation, and in a Customs register designed for the purpose.

6. ACTION AT THE EXIT POINT
6.1    At the exit point officers shall apply controls and ensure that the BRV’s exit with the product intact and report their observations as internal remarks in the GCMS and subsequently close the transaction.

These guidelines are for strict enforcement.  Any deviation from these guidelines may be penalized under existing legislation.

These guidelines take effect from 20th October, 2017.
   
COMMISSIONER-GENERAL



 

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Penalty for Overstayed Transit Vehicles

The Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) wishes to reiterate that the travel time for transit vehicles to reach the exit Stations is seven (7) days.

Failure to comply with this directive attracts a penalty of One Thousand Ghana Cedis (GH¢1,000.00) a day with effect from 1st October, 2017.

Accident / broken down vehicles must report to the nearest Customs Office in order to be exempted from this penalty.


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Press Release - Cash For Transfer Hits Customs

There have been media discussions recently on the transfer of staff of the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA). These discussions have centred on allegations of impropriety and unilateral actions by some Management staff. The Management of the Ghana Revenue Authoritry (GRA) wishes to put these discussions in the right perspective. The Management of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) wishes to state as follows:

1. There is absolutely no truth in the allegations leveled against the Management of GRA regarding the transfer of staff of the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA). The transfers were done above board.

2. The allegations of impropriety and unilateral decisions have absolutely no foundation in fact.

3. The transfers of staff of the Customs Division were done in accordance with GRA laid down processes and procedures.

4. GRA Management wishes to make it clear that similar transfers have been done for both the Domestic Tax Revenue (DTRD) and Support Services Divisions (SSD) without any hitches or constraints whatsoever.

5. The Management of GRA believes in team work and therefore no member of the team takes unilateral decisions on staff matters.

6. The Management of GRA wishes to say that there are internal mechanisms available for resolving staff grievances on such issues including staff movements or transfers. 

7. Staff are therefore entreated to make use of such mechanisms.

 

For: Commissioner – General

SIGNED

KWASI BOBIE-ANSAH

Acting Assistant Commissioner

Commuincation & Public Affairs Department (CPA)

 

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Postponement of Public Auction:Sales of Vehicles

The Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) wishes to inform the general public that the Public Auction involving Sales of Vehicles at the Wa Collection of the Customs Division of GRA scheduled for Thursday 20th July, 2017 already published in the Ghanaian Times, Daily Graphic and The Business and Financial Times newspapers has been postponed to 31st July to 1st August, 2017.

Any inconvenience caused is very much regretted.

 

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Tax Education Seminars For All Large Taxpayers Office (LTO Annex, Kinbu) Companies/Taxpayers

The Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) announces for the information of all taxpayers at the Large Taxpayer Office (LTO Annex, Kinbu) that as part of LTO’s efforts at continuing public education, the LTO is organizing tax education seminars for all Companies under the Large Taxpayer Office on the following date:  
 
The seminar details are:

Date        :    Wednesday, 2nd August, 2017
Venue     :    Coconut Groove Regency Hotel, Accra
Time        :    9:00 am

Topics:    Revenue Administration Act, 2016 (Act 915), VAT Flat Rate Scheme VAT Act, 2013 (Act 870)

Each organization is expected to nominate 1 (one) person to attend the seminar.

Please find below the list of Kinbu LTO Annex companies for the tax education seminar.

EDUCATION, AIRLINES, PROFESSIONALS & CONSULTANTS
WEDNESDAY, 2ND AUGUST, 2017

 

NO.

TIN

 PROFESSIONALS & CONSULTANTS

 

1

C0005316847

ADD CONSULT LTD

 

2

C0006203647

ABRAAJ GHANA

 

3

C0004165365

ADDIS CONSULT LTD

 

4

 

AGRO ECO

 

5

C0004806735

ANDREX DEV. CONSULT

 

6

 

BEDSABIC CONSULT

 

7

C0004165411

BROBERG CONSULT LTD

 

8

P0000200875

C.B QUANSAH

 

9

C0002362678

CRANLEIGH CONSULT LTD

 

10

 

DOOK ACCOUNTANCY

 

11

 

DOTTERYS CONSULT

 

12

 

D-SPAM CONSULT

 

13

 

E.V ASARE

 

14

C0004165438

ESM CONSULT

 

15

P0000025674

FEKA CONSULT

 

16

C0003555623

FINITE LINK CONSULT

 

17

C0005936116

GN LEGEL

 

18

C0004948564

INNOVATE SOLUTION

 

19

 

ISAAC K. HAGAN

 

20

C0005997062

KAYA MANAGEMENT SERVICE

 

21

C0000101028

KS CONSULT

 

22

P0004311949

MAXIDONE CONSULT

 

23

C0004041844

MOTT MACDONALD LIMITED

 

24

 

N.DOWUONA CO. LTD

 

25

C0006340393

NAFLIN COMPANY

 

26

C0006340407

NAFLIN CONSULT

 

27

C0006710670

NAFLIN GROUP OF COMPANY

 

28

C0004116046

ONY& CONSULT

 

29

C000145725X

OWUSU TSALAH & ASSOCIATE LTD

 

30

 

PRIVILEDGE OAK

 

31

C0003820408

RENAISSANCE LAW

 

32

C0004370767

RESPIRATORY CARE

 

33

C0004125320

REYNOLDS C & CO

 

34

C0006423698

ROBERT BOSCH GHANA

 

35

 

SAMUEL AWOTRWE

 

36

C0003740315

SMEC INT PTY

 

37

C0005601894

SUGLO & ASSOCIATE

 

38

C0006855288

SURVEY WORLD

 

39

C0004166035

TOP RECRUITMENT

 

40

 

VICTOR ADADJIE

 

41

 

WOOD CONSULT

NO.

TIN

NAME OF TAXPAYERS

1

C0002815672

ABB POWER AND AUTOMATION GH.LTD

2

C0004185587

AFRICANA FIRST PUBLISHES  GH.LTD

3

C0009418049

AFRICOLOR ACHENSO GHANA LTD

4

C0002971054

AGPC  CENTRE  LIMITED

5

C0002350335

ALDIAA SOCIETY

6

 

ALFA LAVAL SAS

7

 

AMERICAN BUREAU OF SHIPPING

8

C0002516942

ANDRITZ HYDRO GMBH

9

 

ASSOCIATED VENTURES  LTD

10

C0002985993

ATTHENA INT. LIMITED

11

C0002839407

ATV BROADCASTING LIMITED

12

 

BIRDLIFE  INTERNATIONAL

13

C0002751259

BREENTAG  [GH]  LIMITED

14

C0002120402

BRYAN COMPANY LTD

15

C0003052257

BUSINESS TELEVISION AFRICA LIMITED

16

 

C.SQUARED GHANA LTD

17

C0005308186

CEINA -GHANA LIMITED

18

 

CERAMICHE MARCH CORONA SPA

19

 

CHEIL GHANA LIMTED

20

C0003387429

CITY CAR PARK

21

C0000357135

DE-BELLA CO .LTD

22

C0005257042

DUTCHMAN SHIPPING AND LOGISTICS LTD

23

C0002485451

EMERSON   NETWORK POWER GHANA LIMITED

24

C000622959X

ENABLIS  ENTERPRENEURIAL NETWORK

25

C0004165854

ESDEE SUPERMARKET

26

 

EXOTIC SHIPPING SERVICES

27

C00027544118

FILL & GO GHANA LIMITED

28

C0002754118

FINNISH STAR COY LTD

29

C0002535084

FIRST  DIGITAL  LIMITED

30

C0002193841

FIVE 2 COMPANY LTD

31

C0001155970

FLOWTECH ENGINEERING CO. LTD

32

C0002378374

FLY MEF LTD

33

C0004708245

FORM SCAFF (GH) LTD.

34

 

FOUNDER SOLUTIONS GH.LTD

35

 

FRANKI PILE (GH) LTD

36

 

FUTURES GROUP GLOBAL OUTREACH INC

37

C0004165853

GAC SHIPPING AND LOGISTICS

38

C0003828328

GATYFAX LOGISTICS LIMITED

39

C0006126413

GHANA  CHAMBER  OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS

40

524V067836

GHANA  MEDIA  GROUP

41

C0002583488

GHANABAH  LIMITED

42

C0005617227

GLOBAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  SOLUTIONS LIMITED

43

 

GMAN GARMENT CARE & CLEANING GH. LTD

44

C0004723589

GOODYEAR AFRICA

45

C0001352202

GRAPA COMPANY  LIMITED

46

C0003173216

GREAT HARMONY COMPANY LTD

47

C0002976196

HASKONING  DFV NEDERLAND BV

48

C0002650002

INFORMAX GH. LTD

49

C0004165896

INSPECTORATE GH. LTD

50

C0004662342

INTERME RC LIMITED

51

C0000498203

ITOCHU  CORPORATION

52

C0001997580

KASAMPA  PAINT LTD

53

C0004950445

KOJU ATLANTIC CO. LTD

54

C0003290913

KORLYNS  PHARMACEUTICALS GH. LTD

55

 

L.M TRADING LLC

56

C000410756X

LIFE CARE TECHNOLOGY GH. LTD

57

C0004375440

MANSA ENGINEERING LTD

58

C0000723630

MEDEA DEVELOPMENT LTD

59

C0002649306

MERCER AND CO LTD

60

 

METRACLARK GH.LTD

61

C0003603369

MH EVERWELL GHANA

62

C0001266861

MICADE AUTO LTD

63

C0002047691

MIKACHI LTD

64

 

MITSUI ELETRONICS GH LIMITED

65

 

NEW BODY PRODUCT LTD

66

C0002367572

PERNOD RICHARD GH. LTD

67

 

PROXIMUS

68

C0004363337

SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS

69

C0004545583

SANSQUA VENTURE LTD

70

C0001942077

SCAW GHANA LIMITED

71

C0004807200

SES SATELLITE GHANA LIMITED

72

 

SUMINISTROS   DE  COMM ERCIO  EXTERIOR

73

C0002414988

SUMITOMO CORPORATION

74

C0001952285

THE FINAL TOUCH LTD (TFT)

75

C0002956306

THE FOSCHINI GROUP GH. LTD

76

 

TRADALL  S. A. CORPORATE

77

C0003551571

TRANSMED GHANA LIMITED

78

 

TRU GROUP CLOTHING

79

C0003341674

UN GROWELL

80

C0004166043

V MANE FILES GH. LTD

81

C0004165373

ALBURADI CONSTRUCTION  LTD

82

C0003561275

ANAINA INTERNATIONAL CO. LTD

83

C0005042399

BLACKIVY  GROUP GHANA  LIMITED

84

C000479236X

BUILD TOUCH LTD

85

C0003740498

CHINA SHANDONGS

86

C000140686

CONTRACTA ENGENHARIA LTD

87

C0004925203

CONTRUCTRA ANDRADE GUTTAREZ SA

88

C0001205048

EIMAAR  CONSTRUCTION  ESTATE  DEVELOPMENT LTD

89

 

ENGINEERING PLANT AND TECH. LTD

90

C0004476530

FRIDOUG  LIMITED

91

C0004416120

GOLDTOUCH LTD

92

C0003795675

GROUP FIVE POWER INT.LTD

93

C0002650002

INFORMAX GHANA LTD

94

DC000150987

ITALIANO CONSTRUCTION LTD

95

C0001819747

KEY CONSTRUTING LTD

96

C0004165519

LANDSAR DEVELOPERS LTD

97

C0001768980

MAHALINA COMPANY LTD

98

C0003269272

MPX CONSTRUCTION LTD

99

 

MYK CONSTRUCTION LTD

100

C0006340393

NAFLIN COMPANY LTD

101

C0005208734

ODEBRECHT  SOLUTIONS INC.

102

C0003076865

ORANGE TREE CONSTRUCTION LTD

103

C0003714098

PBA CONSTRUCTION LTD

104

C0004052315

SHAPOORJI  PALLONJI GHANA  LIMIED

105

C0004165721

TAABAZAA CO. LTD

106

C0004745906

TECHNO SERVICE INC GH LTD

107

C00036505236

TF  PROPERTIES LIMITED

108

C0004929128

YAKO CONSTRUCTION CO. LTD

109

C0006653286

YORKE PROPERTIS LTD

110

C0002443635

ADOM SIKA MICROFINANCE LTD.

111

C0004891562

AFB (GH) LIMITED

112

C0006752136

ALPHA INSURANCE BROKERS LTD.

113

`C000614571

ARK INSURANCE BROKERS LTD

114

C0004381416

BLUE OCEAN INVESTMENT LTD

115

C0004165195

CENTRAL MICROFINANCE LTD

116

C0005929741

CENTRAL SECURITIES DESPOSITORY GH. LTD

117

C0004165209

CLAIM LIMITED

118

C0004963350

FIRST GHANA SAVINGS AND LOANS LTD

119

C0003138356

FIRST NATIONAL  BANK GH

120

C0004806956

GLOBAL IMPACT INSURANCE BROKERS LIMITED

121

C0005775353

GOLDCOAST FUND MANAGEMENT

122

C0006655998

GREENBACK FOREX BUREAU LTD

123

C0006575307

I C SECURITIES LIMITED

124

C0004165276

INSURANCE CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE  LTD

125

C0004176766

KEK INSURANCE BROKERS LTD.

126

C0004176766

KEK REINSURANCE BROKERS(AFRICA) LTD

127

C0007154658

MARINE &GEN. BROKERS LIMITED

128

 

NEW WORLD SECURITIES LIMITED

129

C0006126383

OAK FINANCIAL SERVICES

130

C0002929759

OASIS CAPITAL (GH) LIMITED

131

C0004165306

PENSIONS ALLIANCE TRUST  LTD

132

 

PRIME INVEST MICRO FINANCE LTD.

133

C0000597813

PRINCIPAL CAPITAL MICROFINANCE

134

C0006236658

SAS INVESTMENTS MGT LTD.

135

C0004165314

SDC CAPITAL LIMITED

136

C0004165322

SEM CAPITAL MGT LIMITED.

137

C0004807227

UNIVERSAL INSURANCE CONSULTANCY LTD

138

C0006936636

WEST CAPITAL MARKETING LIMITED

 

 

 

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GRA provides borehole for Agortime Kpetoe

Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has presented a mechanised borehole with overhead water tank for the people of Agortime Kpetoe Township in the Agortime-Ziope District in the Volta Region to ease difficulties they have with getting access to potable water. Over 1,500 residents of Agortime Kpetoe are expected to benefit from the water project. The project was constructed in conformity with the Corporate Social Responsibility programme of GRA which is targeted at helping deprived communities. 

In an interview, the Assistant Commissioner in charge of Communication and Public Affairs of GRA, Mr. Robert Nana Mensah said it became necessary to embark on the project after a distress plea from the opinion leaders of the community and assessment of the needs of the community where GRA’s training school (Academy) is located.

He said that GRA was committed to complementing government’s efforts to improve the living conditions of the people in the country, especially in the areas of culture, education, health and sanitation. The Commandant of the GRA Academy, Mr. Appiah Warden Jnr. charged the beneficiaries of the project to maintain the facility to last longer. Nene Akoto-Sai VII (the War Lord of Agortime Kpetoe), on behalf of the people of Agortime Kpetoe, expressed his gratitude to GRA for the gesture.

The Acting Commissioner-Customs Division, Mr. Isaac Crenstil urged the people to form a Water Committee to ensure that the borehole was maintained properly to prevent it from deteriorating prematurely.

A similar project was also commissioned at the GRA Academy Girls’ Hostel by the Commissioner, Support Services Division, Mr. Fred Charles Anson. He noted that the facilities would help solve the water problems the students and residents faced.

Also present were some Deputy and Assistant Commissioners of GRA, Rev. Father Amevenku Moses, St. Stephens Catholic Church- Agortime Kpetoe, Hon. David Dickson Dzokpe - the District Chief Executive Nominee for Adaklu - Ziope District, the traditional rulers and opinion leaders of the community.

 

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