Some workers of the Electricity company of Ghana ECG are calling on government to consider reappointing the company’s former Managing Director ,Ing.William Hutton Mensah to his former position.
The workers call is coming at a time when the current MD,Ing Samuel Boakye Appiah’s Two year contract term after his retirement comes to an end.
The worker,who spoke to Journalists on condition of anonymity said their decision to clamour for Ing.Hutton Mensah is his competence and drive to manage the power distributor to the admiration of all.
Ing.William Hutton mensah ,according to these workers ,is a team player who relates well with colleagues and always willing to lend a listening ear to everybody, He got the welfare of the staffs at Heart,
The workers want president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo to appoint the former PDS Boss now that the management of the power distributor service (PDS) has gone back to ECG.
Rev.William Hutton-Mensah has over 30 years of experience in Electrical Engineering in the Energy sector in Ghana. William Hutton-Mensah was appointed Ag. Managing Director of the Electricity Company of Ghana on February 03, 2012 following the inauguration of the Board of Directors of the company.
Prior to his appointment, Mr Hutton-Mensah was a Director in charge of Network Projects of the company. He is an accomplished manager with over twelve (12) years excellent track record.
He has had about twenty-seven (27) years profound experience in Electrical Engineering in the Energy Sector.
Mr Hutton-Mensah has held various portfolios in the Electricity Company of Ghana including, Regional General Manager in Volta, Accra East and Ashanti regions.
He was also the regional engineer, projects engineer and maintenance engineer in Tema and Western regions.
Mr Hutton-Mensah holds an Executive Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) and Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
He has undertaken various overseas training in the management of electric power systems (Sweden), electric power development planning (Japan), distribution system technology and practice (Ireland) and power systems and distribution management (India) among others.