He died Saturday at a hospital after he reportedly collapsed at the Agape Filling Station at Spintex Road in Accra. He was rushed to the Lekma Hospital where he was confirmed dead.
PV Obeng was crucial in the organisation of the just ended National Economic Forum.
He was a Mechanical Engineer, Politician and chairman of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology council.
He served as the chairman of the Committee of Secretaries under the Provisional National Defence Council regime (PNDC) from 1982–1992.
He also served as Presidential Adviser on Governmental Affairs under the National Democratic Congress (NDC ) from 1992- 1997.
He was the Chairman of the Ghana Investment Promotion Council (GIPC) from 1992- 1997.
P.V. is a currently serving as director on the Board of Guinness Ghana Limited. He had been recently nominated by President Mahama as a Senior Presidential Adviser at the Presidency.
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