what we proved to you.




Nana Bediako Brogya Sarpong, known in private life as Carl Brogya Sarpong, was born on 28th March 1979 to Comfort Serwa Sey of Agogo and CEO of Mercy Misson for the Disabled and the late Kwame Brogya Mensah, a timber merchant of Odweaa Seniagya and a former President of the Ghana Timber Association. Nana attended Ramseyer preparatory School, Agogo and his elementary Education at Datus complex, Bubuashie and Riis Memorial School, Dansoman-Accra before proceeding to Prempeh College in Kumasi for his senior secondary education.

Having completed Prempeh College in 1999, he attended the University of Ghana to pursue a BA degree in Political Science and Philosophy. Nana completed Legon in 2005, and upon completion of his mandatory national service, he travelled to the United Kingdom, where he lived and worked for a couple of years. After a few years in London, Nana returned home to take a job with Vanguard Assurance. Additionally, Nana dedicated himself to the cause of the physically disadvantaged by playing the role of a Director for Mercy Mission for the Disabled, a nongovernmental organization founded by his mother.

He later joined Barclays Bank Ghana, now Absa, starting from the Corporate Services Center and later became an Anti-Money Laundering Analyst at the Compliance Unit. The Bank ultimately sponsored him to pursue an executive course in compliance at the Judge Business School at Cambridge University (UK). Nana worked with Barclays Bank for close to ten (10) years before establishing Brogya Resources Limited. An Upstream and Downstream Oil & Gas company where he is currently the CEO. Nana is also the Director of Legible Ink Consults Limited, a General and Security printing company. Nana is also pursuing a degree in law at Mountcrest University College.

Nana is passionate about entrepreneurship and motivating the youth for future challenges. He believes the Ghanaian can accomplish anything with exemplary leadership and training and hopes to harness his newly found medium in the form of chieftaincy to drive that passion. Nana was a skilled footballer in his youth, playing with the likes of Sulley Muntari. However, a passion his parents discouraged him from pursuing due to the lofty academic ambitions they had for their young son.

error: Content is protected !!