Private legal practitioner Victor Brobbey sworn in as Deputy Chair of NCCE
Until his new appointment, he served as Deputy Chairman on the NCCE Board from 2019.
President Nana Akufo-Addo on Monday sworn-in private legal practitioner and Head of the Department of Law at Lancaster University, Victor Brobbey, as Deputy Chairperson of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE).
Until his new appointment, Mr. Brobbey served as Deputy Chairman on the NCCE Board since 2019.
At the same ceremony, President Nana Akufo-Addo sworn in two others; Dr. Simon Ofori Ametepey, and Mr Bright Kwabla Agbodeka, to the NCCE Board.
Their appointments are in line with Article 232 (1, 2) of the 1992 Constitution.
“We have been appointed at the start of what one can describe as the political season and the presence of politics always complicates the task of the civic educator. Nevertheless, please be assured that we will work hard to justify the trust that you have reposed in us,” Mr Brobbey said.
Profile of Mr. Brobbey
Lawyer, Legal Academic, and Legal Consultant, Mr. Brobbey has worked in public and private law research and advocacy.
Since 2020, he has worked as Lead Consultant for Benchmark Lawyers, a business advisory firm, and also served as the Head of the Department of Law at Lancaster University.
He formerly served as Head of the Private Law Department at the Faculty of law, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), where he also taught administrative law, constitutional law, and private international law.
He holds an LLM from the Harvard Law School and an LLB from the University of Ghana School of Law.