The Postal and Courier Services Regulatory Commission has appointed Mr. Emmanuel Arthur as Public Relations & Consumer Affairs Manager.
His appointment is to give meaning to the Commission's priority of increasing access to its services through the creation of liaison offices and creating more rewarding communication channels with stakeholders.
A journalist by profession, Mr. Arthur comes to the Commission with twelve years of experience in journalism and public relations.
Until this appointment, he was the Senior Communications Officer for the Ghana office of World Vision International. He had previously worked as Head of the Political and Parliamentary Desk at TV3 Network Limited.
He was once the Press and Information Officer for the National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) and served on the Government–NUGS Students Loan Negotiation Team.
He holds Bachelor's Degree in Fine Art from the University of Ghana, Diploma in Journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism and Certificate in Investigative Journalism from the World Bank Institute in Washington DC.
He has won a number of awards including the 2006 Best Television News Reporter Award from the Ghana Journalist Association (GJA).
The Postal and Courier Services Regulatory Commission was established by the Postal and Courier Services Regulatory Commission Act, 2003 (Act 649), as a regulatory body to license and regulate the operation of postal and courier services in Ghana.
This is in pursuance of the postal reforms embarked upon by the Government, and the objective is to create a more liberalized and competitive postal and courier services environment.
The Commission has been operational since September 2004.