The National Communications Authority (NCA) led by its Director General, Joe Anokye, has paid a courtesy call on the King of Dagbon, Yaa-Naa Abukari Mahama II.
The visit was to among others congratulate the King for a successful Damba celebration.
Speaking at the Gbewaa Palace in Yendi, Mr Anokye noted that the peace in Dagbon is a true reflection of the Yaa-Naa’s leadership qualities.
“As a result of your wise leadership, there are already signs of cohesion in Dagbon which will eventually see a lot of laudable developments.
“Our elders say that it is he who climbs a good tree that is pushed…there is a positive trajectory for Dagbon and it is due to what you have brought to the skin already. Congratulations again,” he said.
He indicated that the NCA like any other institution operates in a peaceful atmosphere and commended the King for keeping the peace in Dagbon.
Mr Anokye gave the assurance that his outfit will continue to ensure operators in the communication industry provide quality of service to the people of Dagbon.
He also said, his outfit will always extend the necessary support to the King and his people.
Yaa-Naa Abukari Mahama on his part, applauded the management of NCA for their kind gesture and taking time off to visit.
He was also happy to note that the Authority has a presence in Dagbon to cater for the needs of stakeholders in the area.
The Director General on behalf of the Authority made a cash donation to the Skin in addition to presenting a bull and two bowls of cola to the Yaa-Naa as tradition demands.
Mr Anokye was accompanied by Prince Ofosu Sefah, Acting Deputy Director General (Operations); Dr Majeed Iddrisu, Deputy Director IT; Kwame Gyan, Deputy Director Consumer and Corporate Affairs and Iddrisu Alooma, Zonal Manager among other officers.