Friday, 19 July

Government Spokesperson grabs Doctorate in Business Leadership from France

Education
Dr. Palgrave Boakye Dan displaying his Doctorate award

Dr. Palgrave Boakye Danquah, the Government Spokesperson on Governance and Security, has earned a Doctorate in Business Leadership from the IPAG Business School in France, facilitated by the Nobel International Business School in Accra, Ghana.

His doctoral research focused on "Servant Leadership and Organizational Citizenship Behaviour among Public Sector Workers in Ghana: The Moderating Role of Task Interdependence."

In addition to his recent academic achievement, Dr. Boakye Danquah holds an Executive Master's Degree in Conflict, Peace, and Security from the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) in Ghana, obtained between 2019 and 2020.

His dissertation for this degree examined "The Effect of Climate Change on Security in Ghana."

He also earned a Bachelor of Theology Degree from the Trinity Theological Seminary in Accra, Ghana, from 2015 to 2018.

Dr. Boakye Danquah has been serving as a Technical Advisor and Government Spokesperson on Governance and Security at the Ministry of Information since September 2021.

 In this role, he provides technical advice and guidance to the Minister for Information, prepares briefs for Cabinet meetings, acts as a liaison between stakeholders, ensures smooth communication and collaboration, and prepares detailed reports, manuals, and documentation to communicate findings and recommendations effectively.

 He also identifies and proposes innovative solutions to overcome technical challenges and improve efficiency.

As part of his duties, Dr. Boakye Danquah speaks on behalf of the Government of Ghana on issues related to governance, security, government flagship projects, the presidential agenda, and national development.

He represents the Minister and Deputy Minister in meetings and other engagements.

 

Dr. Boakye Danquah's professional experience also includes roles at various organizations such as the Kandifo Institute, a Civil Society Organization (CSO), where he served as the Executive Director; the Danquah Institute (DI), another CSO, as Head of Programmes; and the International Missions Organization (J-Life), as Regional Director for Anglophone West Africa, among other positions.

Source: Classfmonline.com/Cecil Mensah