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12
Nov
2023
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The Gaming Commission of Ghana on November 12, 2023, undertook a donation exercise in response to the unfortunate incident of the Akosombo Dam spillage. This tragedy resulted in severe consequences for the residents in Mepe and its surrounding towns, causing destruction to infrastructure, homes, and affecting the livelihoods of the residents.

The Director of Finance and Administration, Sena Dake led the Gaming Commission's on team on behalf of the Games Commissioner Mr. Peter Mireku, to Mepe to express empathy and donate essential items, including rice, drinks, home wares and clothing, to address the immediate needs of the victims. In her statement, Ms.Sena Dake highlighted the Commission's focus on sustaining livelihoods and restoring normalcy for the affected residents.

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10
Nov
2023
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The Gaming Commission of Ghana undertook a sensitization program on underage gaming in public schools within the La Dade Kotopon and Ledzokuku Municipal Assemblies on October 23 to November 10, 2023.

The sensitization programme aimed at creating awareness and educating minors on the harms of underage gaming, its effect on their academic performance and curbing underage gaming in the municipality. These form part of the Commission’s mandate to regulate, control, monitor and supervise the operation of game of chance in the country.

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10
Nov
2023
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The Gaming Commission of Ghana has sensitized students of Sokode Senior High School in Ho, in the Volta Region, on the harms of underage gaming.

The students were taken through the effects of underage gaming on their physical health, mental health, academic performance, and social skills. They were also educated on the dangers with gambling and related challenges such as addiction, anxiety, and depression.

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11
Oct
2023
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The Public Enterprises Secretariat in collaboration with the State Interests and Governance Authority (SIGA) and the Ministry of Finance on October 11, 2023 awarded a number of State-Owned Enterprises (SOE’s) and Other Specified Entities (OSE’s) for their enormous contribution in the industry during its 2nd edition of the Public Enterprise League Table (PELT) Awards 2023 on the theme ‘Developing the Economic Superhighway through enhanced corporate governance of specified entities’

The Director General of SIGA, Ambassador Eward Boateng, in his opening remarks welcomed everyone and hinted that while the purpose of the event is to honor and recognize performing State entities, it also serves as a catalyst for underperforming enterprises to get up and engage with other successful businesses in their respective sectors, learning all they need to know to increase productivity and profit margins for their entities.

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22
May
2023
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The Gaming Commission of Ghana on May 15-19, 2023 visited the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) in Malta as part of efforts to foster collaboration and share best practices in gaming regulation and supervision.

The visit provided the team with the opportunity to gain insight into the MGA’s operational framework and regulatory processes in the area of licensing, compliance procedures and anti-money laundering supervision etc.

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10
Jul
2023
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The Gaming Commission of Ghana has inaugurated a six-member Audit Committee, to help the organization to implement and adhere to sound financial management and control systems. The Committee is constituted of Mr. Abdul Karim Hatsu as Chairman, Mr. Fiifi Kwakye, Ms. Juliet Nana Yaa Opoku-Manu, Mr. John Bayuo Waris and Mr. Ransford Kissi Appiah as members, with Ms. Beatrice Baiden being secretary.

In his welcome address, the Deputy Games Commissioner, Mr. Kobby Annan congratulated the incoming Committee and expressed appreciation to the outgoing Audit Committee members for their tremendous work in ensuring improvement in the Commission’s good governance, risk management and control systems.

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01
Feb
2023
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The Gaming Commission of Ghana wishes to bring to the notice and attention of the general public that O&O Betting Ltd., trading with the brand name, Alfabet is not licensed to operate betting in any form.
As such, Alfabet can no longer operate any games of chance in the country until further notice. The general public is hereby advised not to conduct any form of betting on Alfabet’s betting platform or at any of their outlets.

Anyone who deals with Alfabet does so at their own risk. The Commission will not be liable in any event.