Martin Eson-Benjamin has been appointed as the Interim Chief Executive Officer by the Millennium Development Authority (MiDA).
His appointment takes effect from December 5, 2017 until a new CEO is appointed.
Mr. Eson-Benjamin was appointed after the former CEO, Ing. Owura K Sarfo and MiDA agreed to a mutual separation.
‘Mr. Eson-Benjamin brings a unique set of skills and expertise to the company having successfully implemented Compact 1 within the five year period from 2007 to 2012. He also ensured that over 95% of the grant funds were disbursed on project investments in Ghana. He achieved this feat on the back of a solid track record in the private sector, having previously performed Executive roles at Unilever Ghana and the Ghana Breweries Limited,’ a statement from MiDA said.
It assured to deliver the Compact for Ghanaians by working assiduously with its stakeholders.