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Asamankese MCE Vies for NALAG’s Treasurer Post

MCE West Akim for NALAG Treasurer

The National Association of Local Authorities of Ghana(NALAG) shall soon elect its representatives to steer the affairs of the association for the next two years.

Several persons within the local government sector have therefore declared their intents to contest for various positions.

One of such persons is a very hardworking, affable and humble gentleman, Mr. Seth Oduro Boadu who currently occupies the chief executive position of the West Akim Municipal Assembly, Asamankese.

Speaking to Pinknews’ Akwasi Addo, the MCE who has an outstanding record for the management of the finances of the National Association of Graduate Teachers(NAGRAT) mentioned that, he will not only keep safely the finances of NALAG when elected but would also diversify the funds to accumulate enough profit for the association which would be used for various lucrative projects.

Profile of Mr. Seth Oduro Boadu

A very humble, Generous, Industrious personality and a team player who is motivated and inspired to serve the good people of NALAG.

He is currently the Municipal Chief Executive for West Akim Municipal Assembly and an Elder of the church of Pentecost.


Masters: Public Sector Management in Finance (Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration -GIMPA)

First Degree: Financial Accounting and Mathematics (University of Education, Winneba)

Professional Qualifications
Chattered Pensions Analyst (University of Nairobi -Kenya)

Leadership Roles
√. West Akim Municipal Assembly – Municipal Chief Executive from 2017 to Date

√. National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) – National Financial Secretary for 12 years

√. Eastern Regional Branch of NAGRAT – Regional Financial Secretary for 4 years

√. West Akim Teachers Welfare Scheme – Chairman for the Audit Committee for 5 years

√. Asamankese Senior High School – Head of the Business Department for 8 years

√. Advocated and facilitated the creation of NAGRAT Fund worth over GH¢32 Million.

√. Initiated and established NAGRAT Auto Scheme Policy which provided vehicles to about 1500 Members of NAGRAT

√. Advocated and facilitated the construction of (7) Storey state of the Art NAGRAT Office Accommodation (NAGRAT LYCEUM )

√. Played a pivotal role in the establishment of NAGRAT Health Plan with Swedish Medical Center to cater for teachers with cancer.

√. Initiated the NAGRAT Scholarship Scheme for outstanding Teachers.

√. Advocated and Implemented Teachers Exchange Programs for Capacity Building of Union Members.

√. Architect of the NAGRAT Fund Loan Scheme

Initiated and Developed a robust and befitting Retirement or Death Policy for Members.