Col Kwadwo Damoah relieved of duties as Customs Commissioner

The Commissioner of Customs Division at the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), Col (rtd) Kwadwo Damoah has been relieved of his duties as the boss of Customs.

A release from the Presidency also said Colonel (Rtd.) Kwadwo Damoah should hand over his duties and office to the acting Deputy Commissioner (Preventive), Seidu Iddrisu Iddisah.

It stated that the handing over follows the expiration of his contract of service.

“Following the expiration of your contract of service as Commissioner (Customs Division) of the Ghana Revenue Authority on 13th October, 2021, the President of the Republic has directed that effective Friday, 26th August, 2022, you hand over your duties and office to the acting Deputy Commissioner (Preventive Service), Mr. Seidu Iddrisu Iddisah, who will act as the Commissioner (Customs Division) pending the President’s substantive appointment,” the statement signed by Secretary to the President, Nana Bediatuo Asante, on Agust 26, explained.

The President extended his gratitude to Col. Damoah for his service to the state and wished him well in his future endeavours.

Below is the Release:

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