- Dentaa Amoateng, a Ghanaian entrepreneur has been awarded in New Delhi, India for her efforts towards COVID-19 response
- Amoateng, who is the president of the GUBA Enterprise has been holding webinars to educate people about COVID-19 among others
- The amazing lady received the award in a virtual ceremony was held by the International Women’s Club, New Delhi
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An amazing Ghanaian entrepreneur by name Dentaa Amoateng, who is the president of the GUBA Enterprise has received a Certificate of Honour for her valuable contribution towards the COVID-19 disaster response.
In a report by AmeyawDebrah.com, it is indicated that the lady received the award in a virtual ceremony was held by the International Women’s Club, New Delhi on May 29, 2020.
As part of efforts to create a dialogue and opportunity for many, Amoateng has been holding a series of webinars and live interviews so far during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In addition, her GUBA Enterprise has also partnered on two significant projects aimed at providing relief for the affected during this pandemic.
The award which is endorsed by the High Commission of the Republic of Ghana in New Delhi was part of the First International Congress held by the International Women’s Club, it also comes in recognition of her leadership in fighting against the pandemic.
Speaking about the recognition and the award, the phenomenal lady said it came to her as a very pleasant surprise.
In her own narration, “It is truly an amazing feeling to receive such an award. It is an even more pleasant surprise to have my efforts noticed in India. COVID-19 requires a global effort and I urge everyone to play a role in putting an end to this pandemic.”
In another amazing report by YEN.com.gh, renowned Ghanaian sprinter Joseph Paul Amoah has successfully graduated from the Coppin State University in the United States with an admirable degree in Accounting.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Instagram handle of the Ghanaian athlete, Joseph Amoah was sighted at different parts of the university in his graduation gown and cap.
Joseph posted the photos along with the caption, “Not about where you are, but who you are” signifying the somewhat long journey from Kumasi to the United States.
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