Mr Gamey (right) interacting with Mr Teye Doku (left)
Mr Gamey (right) interacting with Mr Teye Doku (left)
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The Gamey and Gamey Group, a leading labour resource management and dispute resolution consultancy firm has initiated a partnership arranagement with the Ningo-Prampram District Assembly for the progress of the district.

As part of the collaboration, the Group has offered to support the capacity building interventions for the staff of the Assembly, and also aid the resolution of disputes in the district.

Mr Austin Gamey, Chief Executive Officer of the Group, expressed his firm’s commitment to the partnership when he led officials of the company to call on the District Chief Executive Officer of the Ningo-Prampram District Assembly, Mr. Jonathan Teye Doku.

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As indicative of the company’s commitment, Mr Gamey announced a sponsorship package for three senior offcials of the Assembly to attend the company”s Professional Executive Masters of Appropriate Dispute Resolution (PEM.ADR) course.

He believes it was essential for the Assembly to have qualified professional mediators who can assist to resolve disputes in a more amicable way to promote harmony and progress in the district.

Mr Gamey also assured the Assembly of assistance to build the capacity of the staff to enhance the productivity of the Assembly.

Mr Gamey commended Teye Doku for his performance and leadership role in the district, and prayed that he is retained as DCE to continue his developmental agenda for the Ningo- Prampram area.

In response, Mr Teye Doku expressed the Assembly’s gratitude to Mr. Gamey and his team for taking the initiative to visit the Assembly to discuss ways both entities could collaborate to help drive development in the district.

He also welcomed the invitation to select three officials of the Assembly to participate in PEM-ADR Course, describing it as a great offer that would enable the assembly to benefit from the use of mediation in resolving disputes.

The Gamey and Group has opened a new office and training complex in Tema Community 25 as part of the company’s expansion drive, and the visit by the team is part of efforts to collaborate with both public and private organisations in its catchment area, and the district in general.

By Benjamin Nana Appiah/