SIGA Holds Thanksgiving Service



The State Interests and Governance Authority (SIGA) has held its maiden management and staff thanksgiving service on Wednesday January 11, 2023 at the Head office in Accra.

The programme titled, “Time to reflect with Dr. Mensa Otabil” was aimed at providing a platform for the organization to offer thanksgiving to God for his guidance and protection throughout 2022.

Clad in white, the service saw management and staff expressing their gratitude to God through songs, prayers, and dance for sustaining and protecting the Authority.

Pastor Mensa Otabil, Guest of Honour and General Overseer of the International Central Gospel Church, in his exhortation, charged management and staff to continually give thanks to God for his abundant love and faithfulness.

He admonished staff to have a big picture of whatever they do and to regard their efforts at work, no matter how small, as contributing to the overall success of SIGA.

“See yourself as building SIGA, making Ghana better, constructing a new nation, a new Africa, see the little things you are doing as contributing to something very big. SIGA has great plans and you are part of the team. The greatest thing in life is to be part of something bigger than yourself” he stated. He concluded his message with a prayer for SIGA’s leadership and staff.

Ambassador Edward Boateng, Director-General of SIGA, thanked God for His blessings and attributed the Authority’s achievements largely to the intervention of God. He also commended staff for their dedication in the past year.

“We have begun a new year. The Almighty God deserves our thanks for his abundant grace and tender mercies. He has been the rock of our journey thus far, and we are eternally grateful, ” he said.

Ambassador Edward Boateng reaffirmed the Authority’s commitment to transforming Specified Entities into significant contributors to Ghana’s GDP and urged staff to work hard to achieve this goal.

“Let us work with a concerted effort to place SIGA on the map not just in Ghana but globally. SIGA’s name must be mentioned when successful state institutions are discussed.”

Song ministration was led by Minister Ekow-Theophilus Acquah with support from Ms. Hughes-Lartey and Mrs. Gladys Nyarkpo all of SIGA.

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