GHANA’S GAMING COMMISSION TO MAINTAIN INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICES

ACCRA- Ghana’s Interior Minister, Ambrose Dery, has underlined the government’s eagerness to ensure the efficient performance of the Gaming Commission to rank it among the leaders in West Africa.

In line with this, the commission’s staff would be given adequate training to maintain international best practices, he said over the weekend. The commission has the task of regulating, controlling, monitoring and supervising the operations of games of chance in the country

During a tour of the commission’s new headquarters, which is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, he reminded the commission to be professional in the discharge of its duties and should move quickly to rein in all illegal operators in the industry.

The commission is one of the 10 agencies under the Interior Ministry, and has been licensing companies that want to operate casinos and other games of chance.

Dery instructed the commission to move quickly to rein in all illegal operators in the industry and reminded that gaming operators should bar children from engaging in the activity.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK