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Communications and Digitalisation Minister starts Agency visits

The Hon. Minister for Communications and Digitalization, Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, as part of the efforts to reorient staff of the Ministry in line with the expanded mandate, and to improve the oversight role, has from the 14th of April, 2020 began official visits to the various agencies of the Ministry. The Minister, during the visit, will interact with management and staff to be able to identify challenges and potential challenges early enough to find solutions.

Government signs agreement with AirtelTigo for Transfer of ownership


Accra, Ghana. The Government of Ghana and the parent companies of AirtelTigo, Bharti Airtel Ghana Holdings B.V., MIC Africa B.V have concluded negotiations and signed an agreement to transfer the shares of the company to the Ghana Government following the announcement of the company’s departure from the Ghanaian market last year.

US Ambassador to Ghana calls on Minister for Communications and Digitalisation

The US Ambassador to Ghana, H.E Stephanie S. Sullivan today, Tuesday April 13, 2021 paid a courtesy call on the Minister for communication and Digitalisation, Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful (MP), to congratulate her on her re-appointment and the addition of Digitalisation to her portfolio.

H.E. Sullivan assured the Minister of her country’s support to ensure she successfully fulfilled her mandate.

Direct call for closure of TV and Radio Stations to Ministry of Information and National Media Commission

The Ministry of Communications and Digitalization, wishes to inform the public to direct the call for the closure of TV and Radio stations to the Ministry of Information and the National Media Commission (NMC).

The Ministry of Information and the National Media Commission are responsible for regulating the content broadcast on TV and radio stations.

Communications and Digitalization Ministry poised for efficient connectivity

Minister for Communications and Digitalization, Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful on Wednesday, 24th March, 2021 outlined some measures Ghana has instituted to bridge the Digital Divide.

According to her, " Ensuring efficient connectivity for Ghanaians is the goal of my ministry as this is the only way the vision of H.E. the President can be achieved".

His Excellency believes that it is through the collective use of ICT that Ghana can position itself to benefit from the 4th Industrial Revolution.

WSIS 2021 High-Level Interactive Policy Sessions

The WSIS Forum 2021 serves as a key forum for discussing the role of ICTs as a means of implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals and targets, with due regard to the global mechanism for follow-up and review of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (UNGA Resolution A/70/1). 

Join the panel discussion in which the Minister will be participating in, via this link:



Disregard any Information on Ghana Jobs Head Office upcoming Interview and Training for Administrative Officers



The Ministry of Communications (MoC) has sighted a mail going viral in relation to employment opportunities being offered by a purported Government HR Outsourcing Firm, GHANA JOBS HEAD OFFICE.

We are by this Press Release advising the public to disregard such emails as there is no such recruitment activity at Ministry of Communications office Complex.

Embrace digital payment - Ursula urges Ghanaians

The Minister for Communications, Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful has urged Ghanaians to embrace digital payments for a secure, convenient and low-cost financial service as the country moves to a cash-lite society.

The Vice President of Ghana on Thursday, November 19, 2020 formally outdoored the National QR code payment system where he patronised a local delicacy 'waakye' at Auntie Muni in the Greater Accra Region.

Ghana secures ITU support for Digital Skills Training

Ghana’s Communication Minister, Mrs Ursula Owusu-Ekuful has signed a three-year partnership agreement with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the Norwegian Government to support the Digital Transformation Centre (DTC) Initiative in Ghana.

Cybersecurity Act Passed to Promote & Regulate Cybersecurity Activities

Parliament has passed the landmark Cybersecurity Act 2020. The Law establishes the Cyber Security Authority, protects the critical information infrastructure of the country, regulates cybersecurity activities, provides for the protection of children on the internet and develops Ghana’s cybersecurity ecosystem.

It is also targeted at positioning Ghana to prevent, manage and respond to cybersecurity incidents in view of our digital transformation agenda.


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