Some officials from the Ghana Post Office, initiators of the Ghana Post GPS address system, have interacted with some officials of the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS).
The purpose of the meeting was to enlighten the officers of the Fire Service on the importance of the digital address system, and how it will benefit the service.
In addition, the meeting was aimed at helping the GNFS easily locate sites during an outbreak of fire or emergency with the system.
The GNFS is one of the agencies under the Ministry of the Interior.
The Objective of the service is to prevent and manage undesired fire.
Speaking at the meeting, an official from the Ghana Post Office Mr. Jude Owusu Sekyere highlighted the importance of the digital address system app, urging Ghanaians to use it.
He also said that the digital property address system covers every inch of the country and ensures that all locations in the country are addressed.
The National Digital Property Addressing system (NDPAS) was launched in October 2017 by the President to provide effective means of addressing every location and property to facilitate the complementation of key government policies.
Also in attendance was the Fire Chief, Edwin Ekow Blankson, his deputies, Head of Public Relations James Oheneba Yaw Kwarteng and some junior officers.