- A former assemblyman, Julius Karl D. Fieve, has been selected as one of 60 people to be honoured by the Thomson Reuters Foundation
- The awardees were picked from 90 countries and were selected to receive the 2019 Trust Conference Changemaker in London, United Kingdom.
- Fieve is hopeful that his award would inspire change-makers in Africa to positively impact the world
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YEN.com.gh has learned that a former Assemblyman for the Mafo Zongo area in the Central Tongu District of the Volta Region has received an award from the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
Julius Karl D. Fieve was picked as one of the 60 people from 90 countries to receive the 2019 Trust Conference Changemaker in London, United Kingdom.
Information available shows that Fieve, who is a MasterCard Foundation Scholar at the University of Edinburgh, was honoured for exhibiting unique leadership in the field of human rights.
The award is also in recognition of his efforts in designing and implementing interventions that promote education and socio-economic empowerment of young people, women and children in rural and underprivileged communities of Ghana and Africa.
Per a report by myjoyonline.com, Fieve hopes the award would inspire a lot of young change-makers across Ghana, Africa and the world to continue impacting society.
In other news, a man known as Hafiz Osman is set to marry three women on Saturday, November 23, 2019, YEN.com.gh has learned.
The wedding is set to take place in Ghana and will be held in Barzini’s House Fongni in Walewale, a town in the Northern Region.
The wedding’s invitation card shows the faces of Osman and the three women, Yidana Sikena, Ali Karima, and Yakubu Huzaima.
The women were wearing clothes of different colours and styles with matching head scarfs for each of them.
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