A SEVEN-MEMBER newly constituted board of the once defunct Ghana National Procurement Company Limited (GNPCL) was inaugurated in Accra yesterday.
Chaired by the former Upper East Regional Minister, Alhassan Samari, a Tax Policy Planning and Administration Consultant, the board has other members including
According to him, though the company has had a checkered history, the advent of
This, he said, was especially so when most of the companies under the
Mrintermediary Kyeremanten urged the board to strive hard to become an export hub by being a leader in the export of made-in-Ghana goods “since the Ghana Export Promotion Authority is not a commercial entity”. He, however, cautioned them not to lose sight of the vast domestic market that had developed a great taste for locally manufactured products.
The Board Chairman,
It was later incorporated in 1995 as a limited liability company under the company’s code to import essential commodities for distribution and sale to consumers at affordable prices.
BY TIMES REPORTER