Ghana government in collaboration with the International Development Association (IDA) is to establish Oil and gas Information Resource Centre (IRC) which would operate as an interactive space for information on the Oil and Gas sector in the country.
The IRC, which is to be independent, will complement the Ministry of Energy’s supply information and would provide access to information, not only supplied by the ministry but also by independent research and international journals and publications.
A document from the ministry of energy’s Oil and Gas Capacity Building Project outfit on Wednesday said the establishment of the IRC forms part of the Oil and Gas Capacity Building Project.
The project is to improve the public management and regulatory capacity, while enhancing transparency; and strengthening local technical skills in Ghana’s emerging oil and gas sector.
The first component of the three-component project is the institutional development and sector management.
One of the sub-components of the first component is the provision of diverse support to the Ministry of Energy, the Petroleum Commission, the regulatory body and other stakeholder institutions and groups.—GNA Feb 14th, 2013 via todaygh.com
OFFICE OF THE
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER
NZEMA YOUTH ASSOCIATION.
We greet each and every humble member of this great movement with the peace and blessings of our Maker, the Creator of all that exist, Lord of the worlds and Master of the Day of Judgment.
Dear Members of this distinguished house, I plead to have your attention for a very brief message I carry from the executive body of NYA.
The executives do acknowledge the presence of all members of this august house and most especially the wonderful members who are doing extremely well in keeping the page active through their regular posts and comments.
In-fact the regular postings and updating of all these important information and comments is exactly what is helping sustain the welfare of this group; nonetheless there was the need for rules and regulations as a guideline for a more decorous conversation between us all.
In other to achieve that in making this page more suitable for all members, the Public Relations Officer was tasked to prepare a sustainable *Rules and Regulations* for the group. This has been in existence for a longer time now.
Unfortunately we are forced to reemphasize that for many times, yet again it has come to the attention of the Administrators that some members have gone contrary to these rules and regulations.
We are urging all members to study these rules and regulations and act as such to prevent any unfortunate occurrences.
Indeed if there were no rules in here, then there really wouldn’t be anything important to seek for in here. Rules bring order and fairness, without rules there would be chaos, filthy posts and insults and it wouldn’t be in anyone’s interest; it would look like just a bunch of people doing their own thing with no goal or point. This page would actually be boring without rules.
Rules are very important for anything because they make things more interesting and managed. For these important reasons we are forced to screen all posts before making it public for our highly distinguished members taking effect from February 19, 2013 at 18:30GMT.
With all due respect this trend will be temporal for until we see the changes we urge all members to exercise great patience. We remind ourselves to recognize that rules keep us safe, help us get along, and keep things fair
Please keep on with their postings and comments, they are highly welcomed.
Public Relation Officer
Nzema Youth Association
The Ghanaian Government official websites for both Nzema East Municipal Assembly and that of the Ellembele District HACKED ???
The very first thing that will capture your attention when one visits both the official government district web page of the Nzema East Municipality, Ellembele District among other districts in the Western region is the seal by the ‘Iranian Cyber Army,’ an unknown hacking group as well as some of the original content of the web page.
This has been the case for sometime now without any rectification by the official administrators.
If such an important official government webpage for our cherished districts has been hacked and left so without rectification will that mean that is the end of our webpages on Ghanadistricts.com ?