Ama Pomaa joins CLOGSAG to clean Osu street


Hon Ama Pomaa Boateng, MP for Juaben and Deputy Minister for Communications and Digitalisation joined by some staff of the Civil Service as they sweep the precincts of the Ministry of Communications and the Osu street

The Deputy Minister for Communications and Digitalisation, Hon Ama Pomaa Boateng on Thursday morning surprised staff of the Civil Service at the ministry when she joined them to clean the streets at Ministries in Osu.

The Civil Servants Association of Ghana (CLOGSAG), the Communication Ministry branch is celebrating its service week under the theme “unity and equal rights under the spirit of selflessness, team work, respect, humility to push the digitalization agenda’’ and part of the program was to do community service.

At exactly 10am, Hon Pomaa arrived at the precincts of the Ministry of Communications dressed sportily and ready to participate in the clean up exercise.

Joined by the staff that was already set for the day’s activity the Deputy Minister swept and cleared walkways and gateways of the Ministry as well as the street in front of the Ministry.

Sharing light moments with the team while sweeping, Hon Pomaa said it was important that occasionally staff took time to do some form of community service.

She noted by such action, the staff will be communicating to the public the message of communal service.

The Deputy Minister said sweeping and clearing of debris may seem a light action but has some advantages.

Hon Pomaa said apart from keeping fit with such exercises participants also get to clean such places better since it will be a collective effort.

Speaking to this reporter, Hon Pomaa expressed delight at participating in the service week activity of CLOGSAG.

The civil service of Ghana, she noted, remains the backbone to administrative activity in every sector and ministry in the country.

She noted the skill, training and experiences of people in the service ensures the smooth running of the administrative outfits in all ministries, departments and agencies in Ghana.

He commended staff and members of the service for their spirit of service and urged them to be more committed to having a robust system that make the Ghana project a success.

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