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SSNIT, ADB and Ghana Statistical Service board reconstituted

State Pension Trust, SSNIT, Agricultural Development Bank and Ghana Statistical Service now have new board members.

The members for the respective institutions were inaugurated today by acting Minister of Finance Haruna Iddrissu.

Rector of the University of Professional Studies, Joshua Alabi Chairs the SSNIT board, Nana Soglo IV for ADB while, Dr Boah Ocansay former PEF boss is the chairman for Ghana Statistical Service.

Haruna Iddrisu told JOY BUSINESS, "The expectation of the president is for them to provide leadership with the management of the fund and to operate with high standard of care in guaranteeing the security of the fund and ensuring prudent management and investment of the fund.

"In respect of the ADB board, the president has tasked them to improve their capitalization and for the Bank of Ghana to review its ownership and interest in ADB to allow for a floatation of shares on the Ghana Stock Exchange market."


Chair of the SSNIT board, Professor Joshua Alabi tells JOY BUSINESS they would work to ensure investors get value for money.

Chairman of ADB, Nana Soglo Allon IV tells JOY BUSINESSS he would work to ensure that the Bank is listed on the Stock Exchange.

Below are the list of the Board members

Ghana Statistical Service

Chairman-Dr Boeh-Ocansey

Dr Philomena Nyarku

Mr Abraham Tei Muno Nartey

Prof Osborne A.Y.Jackson

Dr Anthony Yaw Baah

Ms Mariama Awumbila

Dr Alhassan Iddrisu

ADB BOARD

Nana Soglo Allon IV-Chairman

Mr Abdul-Samed Iddrisu

Mr Maurice Tanko Abisa Seidu

Ms Nancy Dakwa Ampofo

Dr Samuel Kofi Dapaah

Mrs. Caroline Otoo

Mr Stephen Kpordzih

Major Rtd.Mahama Samuel Tara

SSNIT BOARD

Prof Joshua Alabi-Chairman

Col Rtd James Adamu Koto-Member

Mr Ernest Thompson

Mr K.D Boateng

Naaba Alhaji Mahamadu Asibi Azongo

Mr Alex Frimpong

Mr Kwame Amo-Dako

Mr Terence Ronald Darko

Hon Kweku Rickets-Hagan

Mrs Regina Atsutsey

Mr Prince William Ankrah

Mr Kofi Asamoah

Mr Theodore Nee Okpey

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