- The controller and accountant-general, Eugene Asante Ofosuhene, has retired from active service
- He is set to be replaced by Kwasi Kwaning-Bosompem after ending a 2-year contract
Ghana’s controller and accountant-general, Eugene Asante Ofosuhene, has resigned from active duties, effective Tuesday, April 30, 2019.
This brings to an end a 2-year contract offered him in May 2017 by the ministry of finance and economic planning.
Until his appointment, Ofosuhene was the deputy controller and accountant-general responsible for the management of the government’s treasury.
Per a report by Pulse.com.gh, he acted creditably on several occasions as the controller and accountant-general in the absence of the substantive controller.
YEN.com.gh understands that Ofosuhene replaced Seidu Kotomah and is expected to hand over to Kwasi Kwaning-Bosompem.
Ofosuhene was a public finance specialist who was a consultant for a number of institutions, including the World Bank.
He is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (U.K. & Ireland) F.C.C.A and Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICA) Ghana.
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