- Stacy Amewoyi from Ghana has won two awards in the United States, both as an entrepreneur and an author
- Stacy grew up as an orphan and has dedicated her life to helping the underprivileged
- The philanthropist performs an annual donation exercise in Ghana, which she plans to do this year in December 2019
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Popular Ghanaian entrepreneur, author, and philanthropist, Stacy Amewoyi, has won two big awards in the United States. She was awarded for her tireless works of humanitarianism.
According to a news report by Pulse.com.gh, Stacy received her first big award as a Role Model. This was given during the 19th annual Ghanaian-Canadian Achievement Awards.
In another big surprise, Stacy bagged another award for Entrepreneurship Excellence as the 3G Author of the Year. This time, it was at the 2019 installment of the annual 3G Awards for her bestselling book, The King's Choice.
For the past 10 years, Stacy Amewoyi has worked tirelessly towards the progressive rise and empowerment of the less-privileged.
Through the Stacy M Foundation, Stacy created countless job opportunities and vocational training for free.
This was in addition to massive donations under-privileged people have received in both Ghana and the United States from her foundation. Stacy Amewoyi is a known personality in Ghana as the entrepreneur has been involved in many amazing projects and collaborations.
After working to break out of the struggles of being an orphan, Stacy became a beauty queen as a teenager, a vixen in videos for top Ghanaian acts including VIP, 4X4, Pat Thomas, Dada KD; starred together with Agya Koo and more.
This was before she left the shores of Ghana to start working in the United States of America.
Speaking about her awards, the hardworking philanthropist said she accepted it on behalf of everybody who does works of charity.
Stacy also used the opportunity to encourage humanitarians to keep striving and always yearn for more.
''I receive this award as a token of an Appreciation on behalf of anyone who’s into charity works and foundational organizations.
"I would like to say that, let this be a source of encouragement and empowerment to everyone who’s also into the charity entities,'' she said.
It is reported that Stacy would make donations in December 2019 as part of her annual donation culture.
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