The Director-General of the State Interests and Governance Authority, SIGA, Stephen Asamoah-Boateng, has announced his resignation as Director General of the Authority to enable him to contest in the upcoming NPP National Executive primaries.
Addressing the closing session of a three-day retreat organised by SIGA, for Chief Executive Officers, their Deputies and Board Chairpersons at Kwahu-Nkwatia in the Eastern Region, Mr. Asamoah- Boateng commended the CEOs for supporting him to bring the Authority this far. He urged them to continue to work in unity and conscientiously to help the government to achieve its agenda for the country.
The Programme dubbed “the strategic role of Heads of Institution in transforming specified entities towards the achievement of Ghana beyond Aid Agenda”, was attended by more than three-hundred CEOs, their Deputies and Board Chairperson across the country.
Story By: Michael Teye Amartey | GBC