The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has received an award for its reliable power supply of electricity to consumers in 2017.
The award, presented by the African Public Sector Conference and Awards (APSCA) at an event in Kigali in Rwanda last Saturday, honoured the ECG for its outstanding achievement in providing exceptional distribution and safe electricity to consumers.
The Managing Director of the ECG, Mr Samuel Boakye–Appiah, also received a special award as the African Public Sector Chief Executive Officer of the Year 2017. Other personalities who were honored among the 50 African public sector leaders, included the President of Rwanda, Mr Paul Kagame; the Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection of Ghana, Ms Otiko Afisa Djaba and the First Lady of Ghana, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo.
The African Public Sector Conference and Awards recognises public institutions, public sector organisations and top public servants who are constantly innovating and changing their service delivery models in order to attain expected exponential public sector growth in Africa.
The conference and awards ceremony brought together leaders in the public and private sector to build and share partnerships and share insights on strategies, policies and best practices that will drive efficient and smarter public sector delivery in Africa.
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