Moses Antwi popularly known as Nana Moses II is currently a postgraduate student of Shandong University of Science and Technology. and the man behind the Asunafo South District and NADMO Abroad Scholarship Program.
Born on November 23, 1993, Antwi grew up at Goaso in the Brong-Ahafo region. Antwi figured out the career path he wanted to take at an early age.
After receiving his bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications Engineering, from Shandong University of Science and Technology Qingdao-Huangdao, China, he began work as CEO for Dream for all Foundation.
The light shone on Antwi and authorities took notice. In 2017, he was appointed District Representative by Osei Bonsu Snr, Asunafo South district chief executive, to help the district in matters relating to investment attraction from Chinese businesses.
Antwi's new position paid early dividends when in August of 2018, he led the district to secure a five-years scholarship deal for Ghanaian students who wished to school in China.
The deal, the Asunafo South Abroad Scholarship programme, means that every year, $87,384.76 in scholarships are awarded to five exceptional students to study in China. The programme has entered its second year.
Antwi has also served as financial aid consultant to some Chinese universities and companies. He also worked with several organisations where he provides strategic solutions on how to maximise exposure.
In September 2018, he received a postgraduate scholarship from the Qingdao Municipal Government to continue his education. He is mastering in Communication and Information Systems Engineering.
Antwi has managed to acquire another scholarship deal for staff of the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) to study engineering programmes in China.
In the longer term, Antwi wants to use his foundation to help outstanding athletes based inrural areas to get financial aid for their studies abroad.
There is no telling that Antwi is a bright young man heading places. And for a man yet to attain the age of 26, he is an example begging to be learnt from.
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