Samuel Kobina Annim is a Ghanaian associate professor, statistician, and the current head of the Ghana Statistical Service.
Samuel Kobina Annim had his secondary school education at St. Augustine’s College and later proceeded to the University of Cape Coast ( UCC ) to obtain his first degree in Economics.
During his time at the University of Ghana, he was awarded a master’s degree in economics.
The Manchester University awarded him a PhD degree in Economics.
In the aftermath of his doctoral studies, Samuel was employed by the University of Manchester in the U.K., and the University of Lancashire in the United Kingdom, in the capacities of Research Associate and postdoctoral researcher.
Samuel Kobina Annim began his career as a lecturer and has a total of 20 years experience teaching in both Ghanaian and international universities.
During his time at the University of Cape Coast, he contributed to a number of interventions, including the establishment of a Data Repository Centre, upgrading the status of the Department of Economics from a Department to a School, and the development of several policies encouraging scholarship and research administration.
Professor Samuel Kobina Annim was named the new Government Statistician in 2019.
He began his tenure on March 1, 2019.
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