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Linda Boamah Asante wins Deputy CEO of the Year award at 6th Ghana Business Awards

Asante was recently awarded the prestigious "Deputy CEO of the Year Award" at the 6th Edition of the  Ghana Business Awards (GBA)

Linda Boamah Asante, the deputy chief executive officer of the National Petroleum Authority (NPA), has been recognised for her exceptional leadership and contribution to the growth of Ghana’s oil and gas industry.

Asante was recently awarded the prestigious “Deputy CEO of the Year Award” at the 6th edition of the Ghana Business Awards (GBA).

The organisers of the event bestowed this esteemed honor upon Asante in acknowledgement of her visionary leadership and the significant milestones she has achieved throughout her career.

With over two decades of experience in the oil and gas sector, Asante has played a pivotal role in the development and advancement of Ghana’s petroleum downstream industry.

Asante’s achievement is even more remarkable as she is the first female to hold such a high-ranking executive position in Ghana’s petroleum downstream sector.

Her appointment as Deputy Chief Executive of the NPA has shattered glass ceilings and set a new precedent for gender equality in the industry.

Under Asante’s support from her boss and CEO, Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, the NPA has witnessed tremendous growth and progress.

Her strategic vision and innovative approach have propelled the authority to new heights, ensuring a sustainable and thriving oil and gas sector in Ghana.

Speaking about the award, Asante expressed her gratitude and dedication to the development of the nation’s petroleum industry. She emphasised the importance of empowering women in leadership positions and encouraged other women to pursue their dreams fearlessly.

The Ghana Business Awards (GBA) is an annual event that recognises and celebrates outstanding achievements in various sectors of the Ghanaian business community.

The “Deputy CEO of the Year Award” is one of the most coveted accolades, and Asante’s win is a testament to her remarkable contributions and commitment to excellence. She will continue to strive for excellence and innovation in the petroleum downstream sector.

Her achievements serve as an inspiration for aspiring leaders, particularly women, to aim high and break barriers.

As Ghana’s oil and gas industry continues to evolve, Asante’s visionary leadership will undoubtedly play a crucial role in shaping its future. Her dedication and passion for the sector have earned her the respect and admiration of her peers, making her a deserving recipient of the “Deputy CEO of the Year Award.”

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