We employ policy analysis, advocacy, government lobby, legal and financial interventions to drive social and political change in Ghana. OneGhana thrives on the support of donors and volunteers, both professional and social. It is governed by its Governing board with activities coordinated by a secretariat. The activities of OneGhana are driven by committees of volunteers and consultants as well as the Congress of Members.

The Governing Board

Dr. Joyce Rosalind Aryee

Dr. Joyce Rosalind Aryee

Dr. Joyce Rosalind Aryee is the Founder and Executive Director of Salt & Light Ministries, a Christian para-church organisation that motivates and encourages Christians to be the best that God has created them to be.

A Management & Communication Consultant, she serves on the boards of diverse organisations including Central University, GLICO General, Ark Fund Chirano Gold Mines Limited, Newmont Gold Ghana Gold Limited and Newmont Golden Ridge Limited. Dr. Aryee is also a Senior Mentor of Africa Leadership Initiative (ALI), the Moremi Initiative for Women in Leadership for African Development (MILEAD), both mentorship institutions for young Africans. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Public Relations, Ghana, Fellow-Ghana Institute of Management, and an Honorary Fellow of the Ghana Institution of Engineers.

In recognition of her immense contributions to the growth of the mining industry, the University of Mines & Technology (UMaT) conferred a Doctor of letters degree (Honoris Causa) on Ms. Aryee in July 2009. She has also received many prestigious awards including Ghana’s second highest national award, the Companion of the Order of the Volta in 2006, the Chartered Institute of Marketing, Ghana’s (CIMG) “Marketing Woman of the Year” for 2007 and the African Leadership on Centre for Economic Development’s “African Female Business Leader of the Year” for 2009. She received the Inspirational Woman Award at the Ghana UK Based Achievement (GUBA) Awards 2015 for creating change, paving the way for women as well as being the first female to head an African Chamber of Mines. She is a Fellow of The Institute of Public Relations and was named the Public Relations Personality of the Year 2014. Dr. Aryee occupied the 9th Position at the 100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining 2016.

Dr. Joyce Rosalind Aryee is the former Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Chamber of Mines where she served for ten years. She is also the first woman to head an African Chamber of Mines. Dr. Aryee has dedicated over forty years service to the public and private sectors in Ghana.

Dr. Aryee is currently the President of Bible Society of Ghana. She is a preacher and teacher of the word of God. She is the Executive Chairman of Harmonious Chorale and an avid promoter of Ghanaian sacred classical and choral compositions. She is a member of the Beach Chapter of Full Gospel Business Men Fellowship International.

Samson Lardy Anyenini

Samson Lardy Anyenini

Samson Lardy Anyenini is a Senior Partner of the firm, A-PARTNERS@LAW. He left a full-time staff job at Multimedia Group Limited’s Joy Fm, Ghana’s first commercial private radio station at the start of 2013 as News Editor to focus on law practice. He was previously with Osu-based Gaisie Zwennes Hughes & Co. He holds BA English cum Theatre Arts, LL.B, QCL – Qualifying Certificate in Law, and LL.M – Master of Laws in Alternative Dispute Resolution with practice focus on International Commercial and Investment Arbitration an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
He has represented, assisted to advice, and represents/advises numerous clients including a delegation of a dozen MPs and leaders of Ghana’s Sixth Parliament, famed corporate entities including NTHC Properties Limited, Multimedia Group Limited, African Origin Travels Limited, Engen Oil Ghana Limited, ACP Estates Limited and Mechanical Lloyd Company Limited, University of Education – Winneba. He has conducted a number of keynote cases including the case that saw the removal from office of the head of the CHRAJ in 2015.
He has consulted for and delivered special papers for professional institutions and special organizations including the Judicial Service of Ghana and the local chapter of global watchdog Ghana Integrity Initiative and Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition.
Samson has, since quitting active everyday media work, only hosted the flagship most listened to/watched weekend current affairs/news analysis NewsFile program.
As a Broadcast Journalist, he was also a BBC Correspondent reporting on a wide range of issues with emphasis on human rights. This explains his continues commitment to contributing to discussions on such cases and other governance and administrative matters on national media.
This commitment is evident in the observation by Prof. Stephen Offei, Dean of the KNUST Law Faculty thus; “bearing in mind your sound knowledge of the law, and your interest in constitutional matters and legal advocacy, we are confident you will be a fair and competent judge…”
This statement was contained in a letter inviting Samson to join the illustrious company of Supreme Court justices to be a judge in the maiden edition of Her Ladyship Chief Justice Georgina T. Wood Moot Court Competition for law faculties in Ghana.
Senyo Hosi

Senyo Hosi

Mr. Hosi is the first Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors. He is credited with developing the Chamber into a major representative, advocacy and lobby organisation in the Ghanaian petroleum industry.

He is a finance and economic policy analyst with management experience across varying industries including downstream petroleum, public policy management and industry advocacy, finance, logistics and commodity trading. Prior to joining the CBOD, he worked as the Group General Manager for Meridian Management and Investments and served as a Director at Eco Petroleum Limited.

He holds an MBA in Finance and an MA in Economic Policy Management from the University of Ghana.

Mabel Aku Baneseh

Mabel Aku Baneseh

Mabel Aku Baneseh is currently a Staff Writer at the Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL), and a court reporter for the Daily Graphic.
Ms Baneseh has been reporting from the court over the past 14 years, an had reported on high-profile cases, including the “Murder of Yaa Naa trial”, “Ataa Ayi”, “the Republic Vrs Kevin Gorman and four others” in 2004 and the Election Petition in 2013.
It was her deftness and devotion to covering the Supreme Court Election Petition that won her the 2013 prestigious Journalist of the Year, Court/Crime Reporting and Political Reporting awards at the 19th edition of the Ghana Journalist Awards.
Ms Baneseh’s stories headlined, “Judgement Day” and “Ghana’s Democracy Scores First”, among others, convinced the awarding jury to deliver the night’s verdict in her favour.
She became the fourth female to win the Journalist of the Year Award.
Having studied General Arts at the Mfantsiman Senior High School at Saltpond Ms Baneseh proceeded to the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) to obtain a Diploma in Journalism. She later went back to the Institute to complete a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies and graduated with First Class honours.
Ms Baneseh joined the Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL), as a national service person in 2001 and started as reporter on sanitation issues which made people to call her “Borla reporter” but it paid off as the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) awarded her the Best Metro Reporter in 2002.
Her hard work and dedication got her a contract after the national service with the GCGL and she was finally employed 2004.
With hard work and dedication, Ms Baneseh has risen through the ranks over the years to become one of Daily Graphic’s most reliable and dedicated workers.
She won the Best Worker award for her department in 2003 and 2013 and was adjudged the overall Best Worker for the company in 2013.
Mabel recently gave an in depth coverage to the maritime boundary between Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire. She is married with two children.


He a partner of Axis Legal and has over thirteen years standing at the Bar. He has during his years of practice provided extensive advisory services to diverse clients including the Judiciary, Attorney-General’s Department, IGOs, corporate institutions, among others.

Mr Abotsi’s field of practice spans the spectrum of corporate and commercial law and include legal asset management, M & As, securities and equity restructuring, Oil & Gas, debt management and recovery, shipping & mercantile as well as regulatory advising. Mr. Abotsi among others holds a Master of Laws (LL.M) Degree from the Harvard Law School in the United States. He is also the Dean of the Faculty of Law, GIMPA.


Mensah Seneadza

He is a Marketer, Sales & Distribution enthusiast and Management Consultant with over 15 years’ experience across leading FMCG, Telecommunications and F&B industries in Ghana, West Africa and East Africa. He holds a Bachelors’ degree in Geography and Resource Development and an EMBA, Marketing, from the University of Ghana Business School. Mensah is currently the Country Manager of FrieslandCampina, Ghana, with responsibility to turn-around the Peak Milk brand in Ghana, a journey which has started in earnest. Mensah started his management career with Unilever Ghana Ltd in 2002 as a Management Trainee where he worked in various regional sales and brand management roles of increasing responsibility in Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya. He joined Gateway Broadcast Services as Sales and Marketing Manager in 2007 and later, Vodafone Ghana Ltd as Sales Manager. He was appointed as Operations Marketing Manager for Coca-Cola Equatorial Africa Ltd in 2009 with responsibility over seven West African countries. During this period, he doubled as projects and Innovation manager for 10 Coca-Cola Equatorial Africa countries. Mensah Serves as non-executive Director for a number of organizations including HGL Ltd, The Marriage House Movement (a marriage and family-life ministry), Chosen Generation Incorporated (Youth mentoring ministry) and was recently appointed as Member of the University council of Regentropfen College of Applied Sciences. Mensah is passionate about SME development and spends a lot of his time coaching and mentoring young people. He is married to Rosemary, a corporate legal practitioner, and they are blessed with 2 children, Seli and Selase.