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James Dadson bows out as Lands Commission Executive Secretary

After 30 years of outstanding service, the Executive Secretary of the Lands Commission, Surv. James Ebo Dadson has officially bowed out and gracefully handed over the baton to Mr. Benjamin Arthur as the new Executive Secretary of the Lands Commission.

At a brief handing over ceremony held at the Commission on Monday, 21st August, 2023, the Deputy Minister for Lands and Forestry, Hon.Benito Owusu-Bio on behalf of the Sector Minister, Samuel A Jinapor commended the great strides achieved by the outgoing Executive Secretary.

Hon. Owusu-Bio eulogised Surv. Dadson's efforts in advancing land administration in the country while disclosing that Mr. Dadson will continue his work as a Consultant at the Ministry to help in the transformation of land system in the country.

He urged staff of the Commission to offer their unwavering support to the new Executive Secretary and work harmoniously to make his work a success.

Surv. James Dadson on his part expressed his appreciation to the Lands Minister and the Commission for the opportunity given him to serve the nation.

He indicated that inspite of the different sections under the Commission, team work and hard work were the key rationale behind his accomplishment.

The outgoing Executive Secretary hoped that strong ties built among officers will continue even in his absence to improve work output and further boost the public's confidence in them.

On his part, the new Ag. Executive Secretary, Mr. Ben Arthur accepted the baton and conveyed his outmost appreciation, while assuring the gathering of his readiness to achieve greater heights.

Chairman of the Lands Commission Board, Directors and other members of staff took turns to wish both the outgoing and incoming Executive Secretaries well in their endeavours. Others also shared fond memories they had with Mr. James Dadson as he exits.

Credit: Lands and Natural Resources Ministry



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