The Queen of England, Elizabeth has awarded Archbishop Kwaku Frimpong Manson, leader of the United Kingdom based with a British Empire Medal (BEM).
He received the medal for his service to the community of Tottenham in London.
Archbishop Frimpong Manson is the Archbishop of the Apostolic Congress of Great Britain. He is also the founder and director of Reconciliation International.
He has been in Ministry for 25 years and carved a niche for himself as a consummate community leader; he is an expert on matters relating to the youth and community affairs.
He has been doing what he does since 1987. Archbishop Frimpong Manson is also a highly respected and admired person. His personal conviction is to transform the message of the gospel ‘to reach out to the community in a practical way to show the real strength of our Christian faith’.
He is a native of Wiamoase in the Ashanti Region, Ghana. He arrived in the UK in 1987, set up the Born-Again Evangelical Ministries, which became a charity in 1994.
He is married to Mrs Philipina Nana Yaa Frimpong Manson with five children.
Reconciliation International is a Community Based Charity providing invaluable support to the Ghanaian and Afro-Caribbean Community in the UK.
Credit : GNA