David K. Gyewu has been selected as Ag. Chief General of the National Information Technology Agency (NITA) with prompt impact.
Mr. Gyewu is an accomplished business activities strategist and innovation expert with involvement with a high and senior level in both the private area and legislative organization.
He holds a MSc, IS and Management from the Kingston University, Executive Education from the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School and his administration capacities were recognized with a showing assistantship at the Harvard Kennedy School subsequent to moving on from same school.
Mr. Gyewu was designated Deputy Minister of Communications and Technology in 2003 and was the most youthful individual from the nation’s ecclesiastical group at the time. He likewise filled in as Special Assistant at the Office of the President in the Kufuor organization.
He has significant involvement in IT, Economics, Business, and Governmental issues, having served for quite a while in senior corporate administration working with multinationals including Philips, DSM, ABN-AMRO Bank, ICI, Singapore Government, Haliburton, Coca Cola (Australia) and the European Space Agency. Preceding that he had worked at BOC and Unichem in the UK.
Until his arrangement to the present post, he was the Technical Advisor to the Ministry of Communications and led the audit of the World Bank subsidized E-Transform Project.