Dzifa Attivor formally hands over to new Transport Minister

Dzifa Attivor formally hands over to new Transport Minister

- Former Minister for Transport, Dzifa Attivor formally hands over to new transport Minister

- Dzifa Attivor encourage staff at the Ministry to work hand to make the ministry the best among the lot

- The new minister also admonishes staff to support him since the transport ministry is important to the government

The former Minister of Transport, Mrs Dzifa Aku Attivor, has admonished the staff of the Ministry of Transport to give her successor, Mr Fifi Kwettey, the needed support to enable him to  give off his best.

She noted that there was a lot of work to be done in the aviation, marine, airlines and the rail sectors for the betterment of the transport sector.

Giving her address at the official handing over ceremony, Mrs Attivor, urged the staff to work extra hard to make the Transport Ministry the most admirable Ministry among the lot. On his part, Incoming Minister, Mr Kwettey expressed appreciation to the former Minister for her hard work and contribution towards improving the transport sector.

He praised Mrs Joyce Mogtar Bawa, the Deputy Minister of Transport, the directors and the staff of the Transport Ministry for their support to the former minister. He said the Transport Ministry was one of the most important Ministries ‘in this electioneering year’, hence the need for the staff to work hard for Ghanaians to appreciate their work.

He entreated the staff to support him in an effort to make the Ghana’s transport sector one of the best in West Africa. Mrs Mogtar Bawa expressed her appreciation to Mrs Attivor for her work during her tenure as Minister of Transport.

Mrs Attivor resigned from her post following the controversy over the cost of the branding of the new metro buses.

Source: GNA

 

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