Mr. Kojo Mattah has been sworn into office as the new president of the Keta Senior High School (KETASCO) Past Students Association.
This was after members of the association elected him as the new president through an election that was conducted via electronic-voting system organised by the ICT Committee of the Past Students Association.
Delegates were drawn from Ghana, Europe and the Americas to elect officers for ten keenly contested positions.
The elections were under the Chairmanship of Assistant Commissioner of Police Sebastian Atsu Wemegah.
Results were subjected to Fraud Test which turned out free and fair.
Mr. Mattah was subsequently sworn into office via a video conference.
In his acceptance speech, Mr. Mattah appealed to all past students of the school to support the new executives to transform KETASCO.
“We know that expectations are high and we do not expect to have any honeymoon before getting to the real work. We shall truly support the Headmaster and the Administration of Ketasco to transform our Alma Mater into one of the very best schools in Ghana,” he pledged.
Mr. Mattah completed Ketasco in 1980 and is the Managing Director of ARB Apex Bank.
He will be assisted by Stan Adiaba as National Vice President.
Other elected officers are Wasiu Yusuf, General Secretary, Wisdom Butsormekpor, Financial Secretary, Wisdom Sebuava, Treasurer and David Roy Quashie as National Organiser.
About Kojo Mattah
Mr. Kojo Mattah is the Managing Director ARB Apex Bank.
He holds a Masters degree in Business Administration, with Distinction, from Cardiff University in Wales, United Kingdom.
He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana), a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) UK and Ghana, and is the Immediate Past President of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, Ghana (CIMG).
He is also a member of the Institute of Directors (Ghana).
He has over thirty years wealth of experience spanning banking, auditing, financial management, project and operations management, internal control, systems design and improvement.
Mr Mattah has consulted for Rural and Community Banks, Financial Services as well as Savings and Loans companies.
He was the National Director of the SOS Children’s Villages Ghana, where he spearheaded the construction of Kumasi and Tamale Children’s Villages.
He is currently a Trustee of the Teachers’ Fund and a director of Aviance Ghana Ltd.
He has served as a member of the Boards of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) and Anlo Rural Bank Limited.