Chief executive officer of the National Youth Authority (NYA), Emmanuel Sin-nyet Asigri has reportedly resigned, information available to ABC News suggests.
The resignation of Mr. Sin-nyet Asigri comes weeks after a member of the Authority’s Board, Arnold Boateng tendered in his resignation over what he described at the time as ‘real issues’ at the Authority.
It’s unclear at this stage the real reason for the resignation although the Daily Statesman reports that the NYA CEO has been forced to resign over alleged procurement breaches.
A publication by the portal Saturday morning reads, “The Daily Statesman can confirm that the Chief of Staff, Akosua Frema Osei-Opare, has directed the chief executive officer of the National Youth Authority (NYA), Emmanuel Sin-nyet Asigri, to resign.
This follows a petition brought to the attention of Chief of Staff regarding a questionable procurement procedure which the Public Procurement Authority (PPA) has been called in to investigate.
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