Nana took over from Ms Valarie Korsah in 2015 to assist with the running of the Honorary Consulate and its engagements as well as make representations where necessary.
Professionally Nana is a Chartered Commercial Property Surveyor and a Barrister. He is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, a member of the Ghana Institution of Surveyors, a member of the Honourable Society of Lincolns Inn and a Registered Surveyor in Bermuda. He works for the Government of Bermuda with the Department of Public Lands & Buildings where he has been the Estates Lead for various Ministries including National Security, Environment, Legal Affairs and Transport Tourism & Municipalities and has had a schedule involving most major projects involving Government land.
He is steeped in knowledge of Ghana’s culture, geography, economic development and political landscape. Nana has given presentations on Ghana at various fora in Bermuda and is passionate about promoting the synergies between Ghana and Bermuda to the mutual benefit of both countries.
Prior to moving to Bermuda, Nana lived in the UK where he was also actively involved with Ghanaian groups and organisations. He is currently involved in the convening of “Jumuiya Ya Afrika” as a Charity for African nationals living and or working in Bermuda.