Saturday 11th January, 2014Printable Version
The Executives included: Mr Paul Agyei Boakye, National President, Mr Alexander Buadi Mawusi, National Vice-President and Mr Kwame Ofori Atta, National Treasurer.
The rest were Madam Abena Gyamera, first National Trustee and Mr Albert Adusei, Second National Trustee.
Over 500 delegates voted to elect the new executives at the fourth Quadrennial National Delegates Conference of the Association on the theme: "Education in Crisis-The Development Agenda of the 2015 and beyond" in Accra.
Mr Boakye, in his acceptance speech expressed gratitude to the delegates for the confidence reposed in them to lead the Association for another 4 years.
He pledged to cooperate with the rank and file of the Association improve on the branding of the organisation for the betterment of members.
He said the new officers working at a team would continue to build the capacity of members by organising seminar and workshop to enhance the performance.
The New National President said as a priority on his agenda, he together with other executives would start grooming the younger members to take up the leadership mantle in future.
"We will strengthen the cooperation with our overseas partners to improve of the capacities and capabilities of the Association," he said.
He called on members to support the new executives to build and enhance the fortunes of the Association.
Mr Alex Kyeremah, Deputy Minister in charge of Pre-tertiary Institutions, commended GNAT for holding another successful conference to dialogue on improving quality education delivery.
He assured the leadership of the Association of the Ministry's readiness to develop strategies to address the concerns being raised in their communiqué after the conference.