NCCE Boss Resigns For Ecowas Job

Josephine Nkrumah was the chairperson of NCCE for six years. She occupied the position for 6 years following her previous role as deputy chair indicating this in a letter dated today and addressed to President.
Josephine Nkrumah has stepped down from her position as chairperson of the National Commission for Civic Education(NCCE).

Her resignation takes place from 30th April, 2022.
She stated in her letter ” please accept my warm compliments as I notify you of my resignation as chairperson of this commission”
“It has been an honor to serve the commission as Deputy chairperson and also chairperson” she stated.
She also indicated that all handing over notes will be duly furnished during the transition period.

The outgoing NCCE chair indicated that she has been offered the position of special representative of the Economic Community of West Africa States(ECOWAS) to Liberia which she will be taking up soon.

According to StarrFm report, President Akufo- Addo in accepting her letter of resignation, congratulated her and indicated that it is momentous news.
President Akufo-Addo stated, “We have been together for the last 5 years and we have seen the quality of the work you have done, I have no doubt that this is a job you are going to do to bring credit to yourself and to us, your county Ghana.

He added, “so I have to wish you the very best of lack”

By: Cindy – TOT, KNUST.

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