PARLIAMENTARY CANDIDATE for the Dome/Kwabenya constituency, Sarah Adwoa Safo has been nominated to receive the Nobles International Award. The award, the preserve of men and women of immense integrity and character in their chosen fields of endeavor is an annual event organized by the West African International Magazine and the West African Nobles Forum, a non-governmental and non-profit making sub-regional think-tank, fashioned after the philosophical society of America, made up of statesmen, legal luminaries, politicians and research fellows.
Adwoa Safo, a professional lawyer with specialization in procurement law was nominated for the award to be honored tomorrow, November 23. Her nomination comes as a result of the immense role she played in the promulgation and the passage of the procurement law and as well as her pioneering role with its implementation as the first female secretary to the committee that drafted the bill.
She worked as the first legal officer of the Public Procurement Authority (PPA) for two years and was very instrumental in the formulation of the proposals that formed the basis for the creation of the Appeals and Complaint Panel of PPA and change of the name Public Procurement Board to Public Procurement Authority.
Having been at the Bar for seven years, she currently owns a legal firm, AS, AA & CITI – LAW, KANTANKA CHAMBERS which she established in 2009 with her area of specialty.
In 1999, she became a member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP). And in the 2001-2002 academic year at the Faculty of Law, she served as Vice President of the Law Students Union and member of the Judicial Committee.
Apart from her impeccable achievements in her chosen field, she has also given much to society by bringing dignity to many homes by way of supporting people to live decent lives.
Having offered herself for public service to represent Dome/Kwabenya constituency, Adwoa Safo has so far conducted her campaign in a decorous manner, stressing what she is able to do for the people should she be given the chance to represent them in Parliament.
Source Daily Guide Ghana