BREAKING: Amissah-Arthur quits Bui Power Authority; relinquishes power to Nana Addo's appointee

BREAKING: Amissah-Arthur quits Bui Power Authority; relinquishes power to Nana Addo's appointee

Jabesh Amissah-Arthur, the Chief Executive Officer of Bui Power Authority has taken a leave of post.

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BREAKING: Amissah-Arthur quits Bui Power Authority; relinquishes power to Nana Addo's appointee

BREAKING: Amissah-Arthur quits Bui Power Authority; relinquishes power to Nana Addo's appointee

In a memo copied to staff of the Bui Power Authority noted that former CEO will be taking a terminal leave prior to his full exit from the authority.

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The memo read, "While arranging to hand over to the President’s Representative as agreed with the minister, the Director for Programs and Engineering Department, Mr. Anthony Boye Osafo-Kissi, will be responsible for the day-to-day administration of the Authority".

The brother of immediate past vice president of Ghana Kwesi Amissah-Arthur will commence his terminal leave today.

Past Vice President Amissah-Arthur

Past Vice President Amissah-Arthur

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Mr. Amissah-Arthur graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.

He has over 25 years experience working on many World Bank, European Investment Bank, Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development, Agence Francaise de Development sponsored projects.

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Amissah-Arthur joins a growing number of officials appointed by the National Democratic Congress' Mahama who have been relieved of post since Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's inauguration.

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