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Julie Essiam confirmed as first female commissioner general of GRA

A statement issued by the Ministry of Finance on Tuesday (9 April) commended the past leadership of GRA for their commitment and service

The Ministry of Finance has confirmed the appointment of Julie Essiam as the first female commissioner-general of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA).

The ministry also announced the appointment of Edward Apenteng Gyamera as commissioner, domestic tax revenue division; Pearl Darko as commissioner of support services division and Brigadier General Ziblim Ayorrogo as commissioner of customs.

The new appointments are expected to strengthen the GRA and ensure that targets are met in an environment of professionalism, fairness and exemplary client care.

A statement issued by the Ministry of Finance on Tuesday (9 April) commended the past leadership of GRA for their commitment and service.

“The Ministry takes this opportunity to thank the immediate past leadership of the GRA for their commitment and service to the nation.”

“We further congratulate the new Commissioner-General and her team, and wish them success as they take up the mantle of leadership of the GRA,” the statement said.

Below is a copy of the full statement:

MOF Press Release on New Appointments at GRA (3) by Fred Dzakpata on Scribd

 

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