The Supreme Council of the Chartered Institute of Peace and Governance, Texas, USA, has appointed Amb. Prof. Robert Tay .  a seasoned and dynamic Procurement and Supply Chain Management Specialist and a Fellow of the CIPG as the new and first Country Director for the Institute in Ghana.

In announcing the appointment on behalf of the Supreme Council, the Acting Global President of the UNIPGC/CIPG, Amb.Dr. Jonathan Ojadah said Prof Tay has shown tremendous interest and presence in the affairs of the organization and has made his impact felt in every endeavour.

He congratulated the awardee for the deserved honour and admonished him to support and champion the programs and activities of the Global Institution to ensure the fervent collaboration of all stakeholders for the good of all.

Amb.Prof Robert Tay, while thankful for the recognition and honour did to him, pledged to work assiduously with every single person or organization that will avail themselves of the tenets and objectives of CIPG to achieve global peace.

He reaffirmed his commitment to the noble Global President and the eminent Supreme Council and resolved to contribute his experience and expertise to the exploits and expansion of the Institution in Ghana and beyond.

The investiture ceremony is scheduled to take place at the upcoming African Festival of Arts and Culture ( FESTAC), in Arusha, Tanzania, from May, 22nd to May, 26th, 2023.

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