NSA Board inaugurated
A new Governing Board for National Sports Authority(NSA) has been inaugurated by the minister of Youth and Sports at the conference room of the ministry.
Swearing in the 15-member board, the minister Isaac Asiamah mandated them to “establish a strong partnership with stakeholders to respond quickly and creatively to the needs of the sports sector.”
The minister said he was happy to have “a committed team that will help push the Government’s agenda in this sector; a team that will work assiduously to protect the state’s investment in the public infrastructure in sports.”
The Chairman of the Board and former MP Mr. Kwadwo Baah Agyemang lead his team to thank the president and the minister for the confidence reposed in them. He added that he knew the challenges at the NSA and was ready to work with his team to “put up a comprehensive plan” to develop sports in the country.
Members of the 15-member board are Mr Kwadwo Baah Agyemang (Chairman), Mr Robert Mensah (Director General NSA), Mr Eric Nkansah Dwamena (Director of National Sports College), Yaw E. Kutor (Ministry of Youth and Sports rep), Mr. Samuel D. Arkhurst (Ministry of Finance rep), Bernard Ayensu (Ministry of Education rep) and Prof. Mohammed Salifu (Tertiary Institutions rep).
Other members include DCFO Samuel Offei Adade (Security Services Sports Association rep), Bishop Cornelius Adja Cofie (National Paralympic Committee rep), Ben Nunoo Mensah (Ghana Olympic Committee rep). Mr. Seth Panwum, Dr. E Owusu Ansah (Sports minister’s nominees), Mrs. Beatrice Dwumfuor Williams, Nana Yaw Sarkodie Aboagye, Mr. Richard Abusuayedom Quarshie (Sports Development experts).
Below is a video of the inauguration ceremony.