Agyeman Busia adjudged ‘Outstanding CEO 2022’

 The Chief Ex­ecutive Officer of the Drivers Vehicle and Licensing Au­thority (DVLA), Mr Kwasi Agyeman Busia, has disclosed that the authority has now fully integrated its system with the National Identification Authority (NIA).

To this end, he said the au­thority was creating an ecosystem with the vehicle at the centre to offer a more securitised system for all, and to ensure that what had been achieved did not be­come a nine-day wonder.

“Yes we are fully integrated with the NIA now and we are creating that ecosystem with the vehicle at the centre and so the work continues. More securi­tised more conservation, more entrenchment. It is an ongoing effort and we are very happy with where we are and where we are going,” he said.

Mr Busia disclosed this to jour­nalists on the sidelines of the 7th Global Business Quality Brands Awards 2023 where he was ad­judged the outstanding CEO for the year 2022.

The event organised by Entre­preneur Foundation of Ghana (EFG) also awarded the top 25 most popular global brands in Ghana, 20 premium quality brands in Ghana and six Business Executives for the year, 2022.

Mr Agyeman said the award clearly showed that people rec­ognised the work being undertak­en by his team at the authority.

He said a lot had been achieved over the past six years, “there are a lot of challenges, the landscape continues to evolve and change, so we are also trying to sustain what we’ve done and even when there is a challenge we continue to offer the good services that we give to Ghanaians.”

Mr Agyeman said the authority was going to consolidate and en­trench all their gains by building robust data and security systems.

He assured that the issue of “Goro” boys was gone and every­thing possible would be done to ensure that it did not resurface.

The Kenyan High Commis­sioner to Accra, Mr Eliphas Barine who was the guest of honour at the event called on business on the continent to take advantage of the African Conti­nental Free Trade Area (ACFTA) to boost trade.

He said ACFTA remained an important development that all businesses on the continent must pay attention to if they were to grow their businesses into global giants.


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