Ghanaian Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Otiko Afisah Djaba, will serve as special guest of honour at this year’s Leadtimes summit on good governance in Africa leadership.
According to a release signed in Lagos by Prof Buba S. Mshelia, Chairman, Advisory Board of Leadtimes Africa magazine, “this year’s edition promises to be unique as it is again holding in the heart of Accra, Ghana with the Hon. Minister, Otiko Afisah Djaba serving as special guest of honour and would share her Ghana experience of good governance”.
Also expected at the occasion, according to the release are; Dr. Robbert Ampiah-Kwofi, President of Ampiah-Kwofi World Outreach, who will serve as one of the guest lecturers as Kofi Kusi Dapaah, a renowned chartered accountant of PKF Accountants and Business Advisers, Ghana, would serve as second guest speaker at the ceremony.
Besides, Dr. Ellen Hagan, Chief Executive Officer of Laine Services Limited, Accra, Ghana and Dr. Dayyabu Yusuf Garga, Plateau state Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs will serve as special guests of honour at the ceremony.
The theme of this year’s summit is entitled: “Reducing Poverty, Unemployment and Human Trafficking in Africa through Good Governance in Leadership – A Rising Challenge to African Leaders”.
According to Prof Mshelia, “awards and honours would be conferred upon few Africans who distinguished themselves in their professional careers,” which would spur them for excellence in quality service delivery in their respective countries.
Prof Prince Eze C. Nwauba, Director of Institute of Arts Management and Professional Studies who doubles as coordinator of Western Ville University, San Diego, California, said “few selected Nigerians would be honored with honorary doctorate awards of Western Ville University as a reward for humanity.