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John Boadu leads SIGA team to pay a courtesy call on Asantehene

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In a significant gesture of respect and tradition, the State Interests and Governance Authority (SIGA) team, led by the Honorable John Boadu, paid a courtesy visit to His Royal Majesty Otumfuor Osei Tutu II. 

The primary purpose of the visit was to introduce the newly appointed Director-General of SIGA to the Asantehene and seek his guidance, advice, and prayers for a successful tenure.

The delegation accompanying Hon. John Boadu was composed of several key officials from SIGA. These included Mr. Stephen Asiedu, the Acting General Manager for Operations, Miss Alexandra Totoe, the General Manager for Finance and Administration, Dr. Agyemang Budu, the advisor on Energy, Mr. Emmanuel Aniagyei, the Manager of the Director-General's Secretariat, Mrs. Afua Frempong, the Acting Manager of Corporate Affairs, and Mrs Araba Pratt from Corporate Affairs.

During the meeting, HRM Otumfuor Osei Tutu II expressed his commendations towards John Boadu and his team. He recognized the capabilities of the new Director-General, emphasizing his belief that Boadu would effectively manage SIGA for the benefit of the entire nation. The Asantehene extended his support, encouraging Boadu to seek his counsel whenever necessary. 

He also underscored the importance of periodically evaluating the relevance of various state entities to ensure they meet contemporary needs and contribute meaningfully to national development.

The visit highlights the traditional protocols of seeking blessings and wisdom from respected leaders in the Ghanaian context, particularly when assuming significant roles. It also reinforces the collaborative relationship between traditional leadership and modern governance structures in fostering national progress.

source: Theannouncergh.com