Director General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Dr. Eric Nkansah is taking moves toward capture the welfare of the Employee after 100 days in office.
Dr. Nkansah since his assumption in October last year has been able to zero in on staff warfare by reorganizing all the structures across board in the Ghana Education Service by embarking on an advancement and upgrading of the staff.
Comprehensive data from the GES revealed that he has been able to promote 5,3827 staff, employ a total of 5996 new entrants, and also reactivation of various structures across the country within his 100 days at a total of 10,424.
He as of late said, the aim is to clear the backlog and also rebuild and reorganize the entire GES across board, as he vows to accomplish more.
Last week, a letter issued and signed by the Director of Human Resources at the GES, Angela Frimpomaa Nkansah and addressed to all Regional Directors of the GES directed that all official correspondence and memoranda ought to therefore be addressed to him as the New Director-General, of the Ghana Education Service.
Before his appointment, he was the Technical Advisor/Director in charge of Tertiary Education at the Ministry of Education.
His appointment took impact on October 19 last year after the President terminated the secondment contract of his ancestor, Prof Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa who was asked to get back to his past post at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
Dr. Nkansah’s appointment was gone against by many teacher unions who argued that he isn’t a teacher and wanted the public authority to switch the appointment.
The unions embarked on a strike for the failure to reverse the appointment of Dr. Nkansah.
The Conference of Managers of Education Units (COMEU) last week paid a courtesy call to congratulate him.