About Ghana Chamber of Telecomunications
Our Mission | Values | Objectives
To be the platform that delivers and sustains productive relations between members and their stakeholders, while maintaining fair and strong competition that yields world class services
- Ethical Corporate Citizenship
- Good Governance
- Fair Competition
- To guide and influence policy formulation in the telecoms industry
- To provide a collective interface between mobile operators and key stakeholders
- To promote and protect the common interests of members of the Chamber
- To support research and development in telecommunications and technology in Ghana
About Governing Council
a. About Governing Council - The Governing Council (G.C.) is the board of directors for the Chamber. It compromises the Heads of all the member organizations and their alternates together with the Chamber CEO.
The G.C., currently chaired by the CEO of AirtelTigo (Mr Murthy Changanti) sits bi-monthly.
b. About Executive Committee - Is a committee of the Governing Council that is responsible for implementing the resolutions of the G.C and take such decisions as it may think proper for transacting the Chamber's business subject to ratification by the Governing Council. It comprises the Heads of all the mobile operators and the Chamber CEO.
Governing Council Members
|Patricia Obo-Nai - Chairperson|
|Selorm Adadevoh - Vice Chairperson|
|Kenneth E. Ashigbey|
First Governing Council Members
|Mr. David Venn, - Vodafone|
|Mr. Christopher Soulet - TIGO|
|Mr. Brett Goschen - MTN|
|Mr. Robert N. Palitz - Kasapa|
|Mr. Philip Sowah - Zain|
1. Advocacy & Research
The Ghana Chamber of Telecommunication is an industry association and a private initiative by the mobile network operators in Ghana.
We are an advocacy institution established to help direct telecommunications policy, legislation and regulation, and pursue research towards the development of telecommunications.
2. Guide Policy
We engage and collaborate with governments, regulators, legislators, civil society, businesses and industry associations to achieve favourable, positive and sustainable long-term policies for the telecoms and technology sectors.
3. Promote Co-operation
The Chamber pursues co-opetition – ie. co-operation among members on matters of common interest, without sacrificing competition.