AFTER 21 years of serving in a number of capacities within the communication area of famed premiership aspect Asante Kotoko, Nkoo Joseph, has crossed carpet to Berekum Chelsea.
Efficient September 30, this 12 months, Nkoo will now develop into the brand new Accra consultant of premiership outfit Berekum Chelsea.
The 40-year-old soccer addict was elected the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of certainly one of Kotoko’s supporter councils – Scorching Circle 2 in 2000. He later grew to become media committee member of Kotoko’s Nationwide Circles Council (NCC), Kotoko communications workforce member (Administration), communications workforce member of the Larger Accra Regional Circles Council (GARCC) and communications officer of the BrongAhafo Regional Circles Council (BARCC), amongst different positions.
Wanting thrilled by his new journey, Nkoo, who’s an worker of the Social Safety and Nationwide Insurance coverage Belief (SSNIT), instructed the Instances Sports activities yesterday that he was going to study one thing completely different administratively.
“In Kotoko, virtually all my roles have been within the communication division; however now I’d be taking on more difficult duties administratively,” he mentioned.
Except for representing Berekum Chelsea in Accra and its environs – particularly throughout video games, Mr. Joseph may also stand in for the CEO in all conferences in his absence.
He’s additionally absolutely accountable for the branding of the membership within the Larger Accra area.
Mr Joseph holds a First Diploma in Enterprise Administration (Accounting) on the Kwame Nkrumah College of Science and Know-how (KNUST), and a Masters in Accounting from the College of Cape Coast in addition to Diploma in Enterprise Research (Enterprise Administration).
Nkoo, who’s the Nationwide Coordinator of the SSNIT Participant Registration, took the chance to attraction to homeowners of soccer golf equipment within the Premier and Division One Leagues (DOL) to “replace, reactivate and register” their golf equipment with SSNIT as required by the Act of Parliament, 2008, Act 766.
He mentioned the SSNIT contribution was necessary and never non-obligatory, and cautioned membership homeowners to not “take issues as a right.”
BY JOHN VIGAH