GHARSA honours outgoing Western Regional Director of GHA

National GHARSA Chairman, Nana Ninsin-Imbeah (left) presents a citation to

The National Co-ordinating Committee (NCC) of the Ghana Highway Authority Retired Staff Association (GHARSA) has honoured Ing Seth Richard Komeng Ofori, the outgoing Western Regional Highway Director. He retires after 29 years of service with the Ghana Highway Authority (GHA).

GHARSA has presented a citation for being the first Regional GHARSA Patron for the Western Region and immensely contributed to the upliftment of the GHARSA during his tenure of office.

The National Chairman of GHARSA, Nana Nanabanyin Ninsin-Imbeah II,s and Sister Vivien Letitia Tetteh, National GHARSA Assistant Secretary, who represented the NCC-GHARSA at the ceremony, presented the citation to Ing Seth Richard Komeng Ofori on behalf of the NCC-GHARSA.

Mr. Fred Agyemang, the Western Regional Co-ordinating Director, who represented the Western Regional Minister, Mr. Kwabena Okyere Darko Mensah at the ceremony held in Takoradi recently, commended the outgoing Regional Highway Director, Ing. Komeng Ofori for the healthy relationship with the Western Regional Co-ordinating Council (WRCC)  and dutifully serving Mother Ghana.

The President of the Ghana Institute of Engineers, Prof. Rev. Ing. Charles A. Adams of the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), who chaired the ceremony praised Ing Seth Richard Komeng Ofori for his modesty,  openness and good relationship with all and accommodating spirit in every situation.

The Western North Regional Highway Director, Ing Ernest Osei Bonsu and his Sectional Heads sent goodwill messages via video call.

The Volta Regional Highway Director, Ing Eric Odosu was represented him at the ceremony by the Director of Environment and Safety Division of the Ghana Highway Authority, Ing Joseph Atsu Amedzake.

Also at the ceremony were key contractors of ongoing Road projects in the Region, Lawyers of the GHA, Heads of the Road agencies within the Ministry of Roads and Highways in the region, the Clergy, the Sectional Heads of the GHA and Staff, well wishers and family of the Outgoing Director.


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