Head – NCCE
Mr. Oliver Agbenyo – Ahiafor a seasoned Civic Educator joined the Commission as a field Officer in April 1994 and got posted to the then Dangme – East District (Ada Foah)
After a fourteen and half years of faithful service, Mr. Agbenyo – Ahiafor got transferred to the Ketu North District in the Volta Region where he served up to March 2010 when he was reposted to the Ashaiman Municipal Office.
Over the past twenty – two years, Mr. Agbenyo – Ahiafor rose through the ranks from the Field Officer position to a Senior Civic Education Officer. A product of the Institute of Labour Studies, University of Cape – Coast, Mr. Agbenyo – Ahiafor had his GCE ‘O’ and ‘A’ Levels at the Anlo and Winneba Secondary Schools respectively.
Mr. Agbenyo – Ahiafor is a good communicator in Ewe, Ga, Dangme and English languages, it is of no surprise that he most often gets drafted to join the Communications and Co – operate Affairs Department of the Commission whenever the commission wishes to educate the citizenry in these languages on GTV, Obonu TV and other networks.
Head, Agriculture Department
Madam Ernestina Tetebea Agyiri is the head of the Agriculture Department of Kpone-Katamanso Municipal Assembly and seen to be a quiet and humble woman. The fifty-three year (53) old woman was born in Konongo in Ashanti Region.
She enrolled in a higher education at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi on 1985 and completed in 1989. She studied Agriculture at the university and undertook her National Service in Cape Coast at the National Mobilization Programme. In 1994, she attained a one (1) year Post-Graduate Diploma at the University of Chatham, Kent in the United Kingdom. Madam Ernestina Tetebea Agyiri joined the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA) as an Assistant Agriculture Officer in August 1991. She subsequently worked in Crop Services Department and Post-Harvest Unit.
Again, in 1995 the Post-Harvest Unit was moved from the Department of Crop Service to Agricultural Engineering Service Department (AESD), where she had been until early February 2015, when she was posted to Kpone-Katamanso District Assembly. During her service at MoFA, she got the opportunity to travel to United Kingdom, Egypt, Nigeria, India, and most recently to Israel for training programmes. These trips enlightened her in the profession especially, Post-Harvest Technology and it has helped her a lot in the new grade as the Director of Agriculture in the Kpone-Katamanso District Assembly.
Madam Ernestina Tetebea Agyiri, enjoys her work as Director of Agric though the job is bedeviled with many challenges which she believed will be solved gradually with time. She is a married woman with a son who is working with an international firm in buildings based in Kumasi.
She is determined to work harder in order to push forward the agriculture prospects in the Kpone-Katamanso District.
Director, Education Office
Madam Rosina Adobor is the Director of the Education Office, Kpone-Katamanso Municipal Assembly and she attained a Master of Education in Educational Management from the University of Cape Coast (2010). She previously graduated from the University of Education, Winneba in Science, majoring in Chemistry (1996).
She is an old student of our lady of Apostles (OLA) Secondary School, Ho and St. Francis Training College, Hohoe. She has a lot of teaching experience from the basic level to the Collage of Education level, having taught Science for more than a decade at the Accra Collage of Education.
Until September, 2014 she was at the Teachers Education Division where she worked with the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Science Technology and Mathematics (STM) Project as a Science Counterpart, became the assistant Coordinator for National INSET and later as the Coordinator for Pre-Service Education.
She has a lot of experience as Resource Person for Science and Mathematics education. She gained the proficiency as a resource person from a number of courses and workshops she had attended both locally and internationally. She has travelled extensively to gain additional knowledge from universities of Hiroshima, Miyazaki, Kitakyushu all in Japan, University of Pretoria in South Africa, and as a member of the strengthening of Mathematics and Science Education in West, Eastern and Central Africa (SMASE-WESCA), have attended workshops in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Zambia.
Social Welfare and Community Development
Mrs. Georgina Jecty Asare is a graduate from the University of Ghana with honours in Bachelor of Arts in Social Work and Psychology in the year 2007. She also attended the School of Social Work in Osu and was awarded a Certificate in Social Work in 1983.
She first worked in the Regional Office of the Department of Social Welfare in Accra as the Officer in charge of Day Care Monitoring and Supervisor then later to Tema District Social Welfare where she was to take charge of the hospital welfare services at the Tema Polyclinic in Community 2 where she experienced more of hospital social work where she assisted patients and aged paupers who needed her services.
Mrs. Asare was later posted to Tema as the Metropolitan Social Welfare Office where she worked as the Child’s Rights Promotion and Protection Officer until she was again posted to Kpone – Katamanso Municipal Assembly to head as the District Director of Social Welfare and Community Development.
As part of ways of improving herself on the job, she attended various seminars and workshops including conflict management. She also participated in the Child Care and Early Childhood Education which was organized by the International Child Resource Institute in the U.S.A.
In addition, Mrs. Georgina Asare participated in a number of workshops and notable among them are; Management of Day Care Centres, the Role of District Assembly in the running/operation of Early Childhood and Day Care Centres, the Rights of the Child/Disabled child in pre-school setting in the year 2001. She also completed a six (6) unit Basic Training Course in Christian Counselling.
Mrs. Asare as part of measures in improving on her skills and capabilities so as to increase performance on the job, she undertook a Computer Training Programme in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) in 2002 which was organized by the Solid Africa Mission International aimed building individuals on the changing world on technology.
With the knowledge acquired from the workshops and seminars, she has contributed immensely in various programmes and initiatives including the expansion of LEAP beneficiaries, mobilizing people to participate fully in the World Day against Child Labour in the Kpone – Katamanso District. Mrs. Asare, is currently a sworn-in Panel Member at the Family Tribunal.
I am Mamudu Bdiyatu Yakubu, a graduate of University College of Management Studies where I studied a course leading to the award of Degree in Procurement. I am a self motivated and hard working procurement officer with experience in all aspects of procurement work. Am able to use own initiative and work as a team player which I can work with or without supervision. Have proven leadership skills including managing and motivation other staff to achieve the organization goals and objectives. An effective communication at all levels within an organization, good problem solving, analytical skills and a computer literate.
Lovelace Armah Aryee holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Informaton and Communicaton Technology (BSc. ICT), MICROSOFT Certificate in System Engineering (A+), MEMBER OF Computer Technology Industry Associaton (CompTIA) and Informaton Technology Associaton Ghana (ITAG).
An effective Management Information System has the following Objectives:
• The objective of MIS is to provide information for decision making on planning, initiating,
organizing, and controlling the operations of the subsystems of the firm and to provide a
synergistic organization in the process.
• It facilitates the decisions-making process by furnishing information in the proper time frame.
This helps the decision-maker to select the best course of action.
• MIS provide requisite information at each level of management to carry out their functions.
• MIS provide a system of people, computers, procedures, and interactive query facilities,
documents for collecting, and storing, retrieving and transmitting information to the users.
Simply MIS stand For Management Information System. For Simply Understanding Management
Information System (MIS) we can divide in to three Word and Understand Part by part
Management: – “Management is function to do the work at the Right time, by the right Person, For
the Right Job.”
Information: – “Information is the Collection of Organized data which plays a Vital Role for
System:-“System Consist for a set of elements which Provides a Framework to convert
Unorganized (Data) into Organized Information.
The department must meet multiple business and technical requirements, provide a secure IT
infrastructure and minimize costs, according to a Gartner survey.
BUDGET AND RATING
Mr. Noble Atsu Ahadzie is a local government practitioner, mediator and a budget analyst. He is the current Budget Analyst of the Kpone-Katamanso Municipal Assembly, Kpone. Prior to this he served as the Budget Analyst of the Ketu North District Assembly.
He is currently pursuing a Local Economic Development(MSc) Programme at the Institute of Local Government Studies, Madina. He attained a B.Ed. Social Sciences at UCC, Cape Coast (2000). He is an alumnus of the Akatsi Teacher Training College, Akatsi where he pursued his 3-year Post Secondary after completing Zion Secondary School, Anloga.
He joined the Local Government in the year 2009 and has been active since. He was the District Budget Analyst at the Ketu North District Assembly where he worked assiduously to the admiration of all until he was transferred to the Kpone-Katamanso Municipal Assembly to date.
He has been very active in the Ghana Education Service (GES) for some years, where he gained numerous experiences and life lessons from the Basic Level through to the Secondary Level. Due to his hard work and dedication, he has risen through the ranks serving diligently as Budget and Financial Control Officer in the various offices in the GES.
He gained considerable experience through various training programmes and workshops, some organized by Regional Coordinating Council (RCC) at the Institute of Local Government Studies (ILGS), University of Ghana, Legon but to name a few. His proficiency in his field of work is recommendable.
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