The Management of the Ghana National Service Scheme (NSS) led by Hon Osei Assibey Antwi has agreed to assist the Republic of South Sudan to introduce a one-year mandatory national service for tertiary graduates in the country. This comes after a delegation from the landlocked country in east/central Africa led by Minister for Youth and Sports, Mr Peter Baptist Abakar paid a courtesy call on the Executive Director of NSS, Mr Osei Assibey in his office in Accra.
Following a letter release and signed by Hon. Akosua Frema Osei the Chief of Staff that the Government of Ghana (GoG) has appointed the former Mayor of Greater Kumasi, Osei Assibey Antwi as the new Executive Director for the Ghana National Service Scheme (NSS), this article seeks to go through his profile.
The long-awaited postings are now available, and graduates can find their places to serve the country for a year a total of 81,081 graduates from affiliated tertiary institutions who enlisted for the 2021/2022 academic year have been distributed to various user organisations throughout Ghana for national service. In a statement signed and issued by Mr Osei Assibey Antwi, the scheme's new and acting Executive Director, prospective service personnel were advised to check the scheme's website http://www.portal.nss.gov.gh for confirmation of their postings before going to their distinct user agencies to endorse their letters of appointment.
Angry market women in Bantama are threatening to vote against the New Democratic Party for the closure of their shops by the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA). According to traders, the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly continues to harass them, as the situation they say is affecting the company. Now, KMA has closed shops of traders who have defaulted on payment of their company operating permit. The traders protested that the assembly had not given them any advance notice before they closed up their shops. Speaking
Addressing this year’s 36th Annual Farmers day celebration at Kumasi, Duasi in the Ashanti Region on Friday, November 6, 2020, under the theme “Ensuring Agri-business Development Under COVID 19 - Challenges and Opportunities”, the mayor of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly, Hon. Osei Assibey Antwi observed that government intervention like the planting for food and jobs, planting for export and rural development have seen a significant investment which has created food security and is gradually producing
The Chief Executive for the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA), Hon Osei Assibey Antwi, has urged individuals working at sub-metro council and town councils to assist and support Assembly Members for the perfection of the administrative delivery of the assembly to enhance development in the communities. Speaking at the inauguration of the Nhyiaeso Sub-metro council members, Hon Osei Assibey said members of the council as part of the assembly should be ready to assist assembly members whenever they call for their
The Chief Executive of Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA), Hon. Osei Assibey has inaugurated a team of sanitation personnel called “Clean and Green Team” formed by assemblymen and members of the various unit committees of Subin sub-metro. Subin sub-metro is the first to institute a sanitation team among the ten sub-metros within the Metropolis and the purpose of its formation is to complement KMA’s efforts as in keeping the Metropolis Clean and Green. Persons constituting the team were drawn from