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Samuel Adjetey is let go by the GPHA after 33 years of service

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Samuel Adjetey, the departing Deputy Port Security Manager (DPSM) of the Port of Tema, was given a send-off parade in recognition of his 33 years of service to the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority.

The Tema Port business community’s stakeholders, present and previous Port Security Managers, and Authority employees gathered to pay respect to the security veteran, whom they all characterised as a committed and devoted servant of the Port.

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DPSM The Port Authority has honoured Samuel Adjetey for his vital contribution to ensuring adherence to the ISPS Code.
The Port Authority claims that his extensive understanding of maritime security and port operations always made it simple for succeeding Port Security Managers to integrate themselves into GPHA operations.

Sandra Opoku, the director of port, said that DPSM Adjetey was a very dependable employee who facilitated her job.

In fact, each department or area has a go-to person who is skilled at handling challenging circumstances and clients. The individual who can be contacted at the most inconvenient time and will answer as if they had been anticipating or waiting for the call. The individual who frequently maintains their cool and wits under the most trying conditions. For the majority of us, that individual has been Officer Sammy or Manager Sammy.

In response, the former officer asked the various security guards to give the Port Authority their all.

“Thus, we should view our service to the authorities as a chance to help and do our best. This necessitates the need to be professional, committed to the organization’s basic principles, and loyal to the authority’s leaders. Everybody on our team is working towards the same objective.

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