Telecom giant, MTN Ghana has appointed four independent non-executive directors onto its board.
This follows the retirement of two board members – Kwasi Abeasi and Modupe Kadri, effective today.
The four non-executive directors are Chartered Accountant and Auditor, Felix Addo, NanaAma Botchway, Kofi Dadzie and Rosie Ebe-Arthur.
Whilst, Mr. Addo has over 30 years’ working experience, having served as a Partner at PwC in an over 18-year period across a wide range of engagements in both developed and emerging markets, NanaAma Botchway is the founder and managing partner of N. Dowuona & Company, a leading corporate and commercial law firm in Ghana. Her main areas of practice are mergers and acquisitions, energy and infrastructure.
Kofi Dadzie is also an experienced digital entrepreneur who has built innovative products and services and taken these to market successfully, servicing customers across multiple geographies and 80+ languages. He is one of the pioneers in the establishment of Rancard Solutions Ltd. in 2001, where he was a Chief Software Architect.
Rosie Ebe-Arthur is however a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and brings along with her a plethora of experience from the United Kingdom and Africa.
A statement from MTN Ghana said “the Board of Directors of MTN Ghana and its subsidiaries would like to take this opportunity to welcome on board the new Independent Non-Executive Directors, to the Scancom Plc. Board of Directors, and to wish them every success in the discharge of their duties.”
The independent Non-Executive Directors shall hold office until the next Annual General Meeting of shareholders, where they shall be eligible for re-election by the Shareholders of Scancom Plc.