Vice president for Imani Africa, Koi Bentil, has lambasted government over the claims that, it needs GHC11 million for publicity purposes for the management of the Ghana Post GPS.
Deputy Communications Minister, George Andah, has said more money is needed to create the needed awareness despite the GHc11 million allocated for the project.
“The ¢9.4 million being spent on the national digital property addressing system has taken care of marketing and publicity so far, however, government may have to spend some more money on marketing and publicity.
“This is to ensure that every Ghanaians everywhere knows about the Ghana GPS and can have their digital address,” he added.
But commenting on the issue, Mr. Benstil described the demand as ‘’nonsense.’’
He posted on his Facebbok wall saying (Unedited): ‘’ Nonsense.....
What you need is to do validation and get the system into use. No publicity is needed. Usage will create awareness !!!
What are you doing with all the national service people. You can use Accra Digital Centre etc.
is it incompetence or what???
Get off your asses and do this already. You are disappointing vp Bawumia.’’