- Ellis Osei-Wusu has been named as the Assistant Director of Ceremonies METGL of London
-Brother Osei-Wusu is expected to be sworn into office on March 1, 2018
A Ghanaian man based in the United Kingdom (UK), Ellis Osei-Wusu has risen to the top echelons of freemasonry in London, YEN.com.gh has gathered.
According to information we have gathered, Mr Osei-Wusu has been appointed as the Assistant Director of Ceremonies by the Metropolitan Grande Lodge (METGL) of London.
The Ghanaian man, who describes himself as a 'Licensed London Taxi Driver', will be sworn into office on March 1, 2018 with Ghana's High Commissioner to the UK, Papa Owusu Ankomah expected to attend.
The promotion of Brother Osei-Wusu, as he is referred to in the Lodge 's circles, is considered very significant as he is the first African to have been honoured with such a position by the Lodge Province.
His new position will see him assist the Director of Ceremonies in his duties as the person in charge of all the performance of all rituals of the Lodge.
It comes nearly a year after former President J.A. Kufuor was honoured by the United Grande Lodge of England (UGLE).
The METGL is one of the Grand Lodges under the authority of UGLE, the oldest freemasonry group in the world.
With over 40,000 members the METGL is considered as one of the most vibrant Provincial Grande Lodges of the UGLE.
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