The Chief Commissioner is the leader of the Ghana Scout Association and represent the Association to the public and various authorities and coordinates and supervise the work of the National Executive Committee members. He also performs other duties assigned to him by the National Scout Council or POR.
Mr Manful was retained as the GSA Chief Commissioner at the Association’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the National Scout Council and will be steering the affairs of the Association for the next three years.
Prior, to his re-election, Mr. Gregory Manful and his team had worked on various policies in line with the Scouting Strategy of World Organisation of the Scout Movement (WOSM) which were approved for implementation during the AGM to ensure quality youth development and growth of the Association.Speaking after the election results were declared, Mr. Manful said his vision is to further pursue capacity building of Scout leaders to enable them play their roles effectively.
“Together with my team, we will strife to hone our skills and that of our members so we can continue to touch lives and communities all over the country,” he added.
This he said will enable Scouting play a vital role in national development by training Scouts to become responsible adults and self-reliant individuals who will play constructive roles in their societies.He disclosed that his team will focus on revising the Scout programme among other strategies in line with the Scouting Strategy of the WOSM to attract more members, ensure the quality of training and to further grow the movement in the country.