- Divine Kporha, a former SRC president of UHAS has received Britain's Diana Award
- The Diana Award is considered the highest accolade a young person can achieve for social action or humanitarian efforts
- Renowned members of parliament celebrated the moment with the 25-year-old hero
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The former SRC President of the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) Divine Kporha has received the Princess Diana Award for his humanitarian works.
CelebritiesBuzz.com reports that the Princess Diana Award is considered the world's highest accolade a young person can achieve for social action or humanitarian efforts.
The timing of the award seems to be perfect as The Diana Award celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2019.
Divine Kporha, the recipient of the award is a strong advocate and activist who embarks on projects to alleviate societal problems, especially in rural areas.
He is also a popular voice on the issue of students' loan in Ghana and speaks for individuals who have been on the receiving end of unfortunate incidents in relation to the fund.
A popular Facebook page named Young Politicians & Leaders Network - Global, celebrated the 25-year-old and gave more information about the award.
"Congratulations Divine Kporha for making YPLN, Ghana and Africa proud.
"Divine won the Princess Diana Award. Divine is a Project Director at Young Politicians and Leaders Network and at YPLN, we are pleased and humbled to have you.
"Keep changing the world. We are with you in every step of the way!" they wrote.
After receiving the highly-coveted award, Divine Kporha was greatly celebrated by some popular Members of Parliament in Ghana.
They include the MP for North Dayi, Hon Joycelyn Tetteh and the MP for South Dayi Constituency, Hon Mathias Alagbo.
See a post of Divine Kporha and the beautiful celebration pictures below:
Ghanaians have lately been in the news for extraordinary achievements lately.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Selorm Betepe, a gentleman who used to work in a small shop at Achimota in the Greater-Accra region of Ghana has successfully developed his small business of sign-writing into a huge ultra-modern sign making company.
The Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Seloart, Selorm Betepe, created a thread of posts on his official Facebook handle, telling how the enterprise rose from grass to grace.
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