The Minister for Communications and Digitization, Ursula Owusu has charged the National Communications Authority to create room for global competition. She stated that the NCA and other authorities must take the time to reflect and regroup, to identify new growth opportunities.
According to the Minister, the NCA must stay alert and focused, to effectively respond to the changing trends of disruptive technologies.
She expressed her confidence in the strategies that have been put in place to ensure that Ghana remains competitive in the global communications market and that all stakeholders must be engaged in the process of implementing regulatory interventions.
Madam Ursula Owusu made this call during the Launch of the 5-Year Strategic Plan of the national communication authority.
The Director General of the National Communication Authority Mr Joe Anokye said the 5-year plan would ensure a transformative journey to safeguard the NCAs future and to make a lasting impact on the communication industry in Ghana.
He further added the strategic plan will among others enhance productivity align the authority’s goal with its resources enhance communication and collaboration and also improve staff welfare.
The Board Chairman of the National Communication Authority Okatakyie Ababio Boakye Danquah On his part urged industry players to embrace the plan and work collectively to write the next successful chapter for Ghana’s communications sector.
He therefore described the plan as the Magna Carta that would reposition NCA as a benchmark regulator in Africa. SOTS