GII honours former Board Chairman
12 June 2021
Accra, June 12, GNA -
The Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), a non- governmental organisation has honoured Mr Moses Aristophanes Kwame Gyasi, its immediate past Board Chairman for his contributions to the organisation.
“Mr. Gyasi will also be remembered for his immense contributions to the capacity development of GII’s stakeholders and the recruitment of the organisation’s employees.”
Mrs Linda Ofori-Kwafo, Executive Director of GII said Mr Gyasi was audacious in his criticism of governments with regards to corruption issues.
She said it was under his leadership that she was elected first African Woman to the Board of Transparency International, an achievement they did not take for granted.
She said Mr Gyasi had helped the organisation to be well established by putting together a good organisation that would be able to work effectively.
Mr Benedict Doh, Accounts Manager who read a speech on behalf of the staff of GII to express their gratitude to Mr Gyasi commended him for the exemplary and selfless leadership that he had demonstrated during his tenure.
He said Mr Gyasi was approachable and friendly, and had related well to all regardless of their levels within the organisation.
He said as a great leader and believer of the ideals of democracy, Mr Gyasi gave them the opportunity to express their views even if they were at variance with his position.
Mr Gyasi said he was happy that GII had recognised his work, and expressed hope that the fight against corruption would continue.
Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) the local chapter of Transparency International (TI) formed in December 1999 is a non-partisan, non-profit civil empowerment organization focused on the delivery of the essential themes necessary for the creation of a National Integrity System.
The GII is an advocacy organization dedicated to fostering public awareness on the fight against corruption.