Mr Robert Nana Mensah , acting Assistant Commissioner in charge of Communications and Public Affairs addressing the Media in Tamale.
Mr Robert Nana Mensah , acting Assistant Commissioner in charge of Communications and Public Affairs addressing the Media in Tamale.

Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) in collaboration with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Tuesday organised a training workshop on Customs procedures, rules and regulations for journalists in the Northern Region.

Mr Robert Nana Mensah , acting Assistant Commissioner in charge of  Communications and Public Affairs addressing the Media in Tamale.
Mr Robert Nana Mensah , acting Assistant Commissioner in charge of Communications and Public Affairs addressing the Media in Tamale.

The training, which was held in Tamale, was to educate the media and the general public about activities of the Customs Division of GRA.

Mr Robert Nana Mensah, acting Assistant Commissioner in-charge of Communication and Public Affairs at GRA, said the aim of Customs Division was to address the expectations of key stakeholders, who demand effective policies and procedures to ensure clearance of goods, public accountability, disciplined workforce, and a working environment devoid of corruption.

He said the Customs Division had now introduced new techniques for clearing goods and processing passengers, including an awareness of new developments in international trade.

He said the Customs Division was striving to deliver professionalism in their services to their stakeholders.

Mr Mensah urged all clients to pay their taxes promptly as well as satisfy all requirements when transacting business with the Customs Division.

He called on all stakeholders and the public to report any officer who displayed acts of indiscipline towards them.

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