Airport Customs trains staff to improve operations – Citi Business News
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Airport Customs trains staff to improve operations – Citi Business News


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As part of efforts towards improving its operations at the Kotoka International Airport, the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority is running a training program for its over 250 staff.

The division says this will help improve upon its staffs' skills in properly examining goods and luggage that come through the country's airport with the use of scanners while reducing the time spent by passengers during such processes.

Paakow Ekumah is the senior revenue officer in charge of communications and public affairs at the Airport Customs and he stated that this forms part of his outfit's commitment towards improving its effectiveness and efficiency at the country's airports.


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