PURC Pays a Courtesy Call on the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea

The management of the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) have paid a courtesy call on the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Ghana H.E. Lim Jung-Taek, at his office in Accra.

The purpose of the visit was to officially show appreciation to H.E Jung-Taek for taking part in the virtual launch of the Commission's new state-of-the-art Database Management System (DBMS). The delegation was led by the Executive Secretary of PURC, Mrs. Mami Dufie Ofori, who expressed her gratitude to the Korea-Africa Economic Cooperation Trust Fund (KOAFEC) for funding and immensely supporting the project through the Africa Development Bank (AfDB).

The Ambassador and the PURC delegation exchanged pleasantries during the visit, and discussed how the DBMS will assist the Commission in improving the accuracy and speed of its regulatory decisions in accordance with international standards. It will also increase investor confidence in Ghana's utility sectors, particularly in the areas of power, water, and natural gas regulatory oversight.

The Commission is committed to strengthening its relationship with the KOAFEC and the Republic of Korea.

PURC Delegation with H.E. Lim Jung-Taek
Mrs. Mami Dufie Ofori, making a presentation to the Ambassador


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