Six former workers of the Ministry of the Interior have been honoured for their hard work and service to Ghana and the Civil Service.
The six, who retired from active service between 2015 and 2018 were presented with Citations and gift tokens as their reward.
Presenting the citations on Friday, September 20, 2019 in Accra, Mr. Ambrose Dery, Minister for the Interior, commended them for their hard work and services to Ghanaians in particular and to Mother Ghana in general and urged them to continue living exemplary lives as they are now role models for the future generations.
“Working as a civil servant is delicate and challenging, these six former staff have done a great job and it is only fair that we acknowledge them.” He said.
He added that they all deserved the honour and that each and every one of them should be very proud of their hard work.
He used the occasion to admonish staff of the Ministry to emulate the good examples of the retirees and give out their best in service to humanity and the country.
Mr. Samuel Amankwah, on behalf of the retirees, expressed appreciation to the Minister and management for the honour done them by recognizing their contribution to the course of the Ministry. He hinted that, they least expected it and therefore were grateful.
The six honoured were Mr. Samuel Amankwah, Ms. Victoria Amoah, Mrs. Mary Magdalene Brown, Mr. Martin Kaba, Mr. Paul Dsane and Ms. Charlotte Mensah.
Other officials of the Ministry present at the ceremony included Hon. Henry Quartey, Deputy Minister of the Interior, Mrs. Adelaide Anno-Kumi, Chief Director, , Madam Rose Tsorhey , Director, Policy, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation and Mr. Kwesi Assan-Brew, Director of Finance and Administration.
This afternoon’s ceremony is the first of its kind by the Ministry of the Interior to honour its former workers on pension.