The Ghanaian accountant, Kwame Adom-Frimpong, has been re-elected as Chairman of the country’s Public Interest Accountability Committee (PIAC).
Nasir Alfa Mohammed, the Vice Chairman, was also returned.
Both are to serve for a one-year term after the expiration of their tenure in September 2022.
The PIAC is an Institution committed to ensuring efficient, transparent and accountable management of petroleum revenues and investments to secure the greatest social and economic benefit for the people of Ghana.
Adom-Frimpong and Mohammed are representatives of the Institute of Chartered Accounts, Ghana, (ICAG) and the Ghana Bar Association respectively, in the PIAC. The formerserves as Managing Director of Mainstream Reinsurance Company. He previously worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers as Audit Supervisor, at Ghana’s Social Security and National Insurance Trust SSNIT as Head of Audit, and at ABC Brewery Company as Senior Cost and Management Accountant. He is a graduate of the University of Wales, Bangor, UK (MBA), University of London (LLB) and De Montfort, Leiester, U.K (LLM). He obtained a Doctorate degree in Business Administration (DBA-Finance option) from the Faculty of Professional Studies, Arcadia University, United States in 2001 and again had PhD in Economics Finance from the same University in 2004.
Mr. Nasir Alfa Mohammed is currently a Senior Associate Consultant at Ali-Nakyea & Associates, a private law firm in Accra, where he heads the Extractive Unit, providing legal opinions and consulting services to oil, gas and mining companies. Prior to Ali-Nakyea, he worked as Associate Legal Practitioner at Atuguba & Associates, a private law firm with the LADA Group of Companies in Accra. He also previously worked in senior management positions with the Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) and later as Ghana Policy Advocacy Officer with the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI). He holds a Master of Laws (LLM) in Petroleum Law and Policy from the University of Dundee’s Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP), Scotland, UK; a Qualifying Certificate in Law (QCL) from the Ghana School of Law; a Post-First Degree Bachelor of Laws from the University of Ghana School of Law; and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with Sociology from the University of Ghana.