- Elijah was one of three Ghanaians invited to the UK to be awarded for their roles in community development
- His main aim is to scout for left-over meals and give it out to the homeless and the mentally challenged
- The queen has requested for a meal of "waakye", to which Elijah agreed
YEN has gathered that the queen of England will soon have a taste of one of Ghana’s favourite dishes; she has requested for a meal of “waakye” from chef Elijah Amoo Addo, and the young man could simply not refuse.
Addo is part of a three – member team from Ghana who are in the United Kingdom (UK) to receive the Young Leaders Awards for the contribution to community development in Ghana.
The other two are Winnifred Selby and Efua Asibon.
In an interview granted to media houses after the awards, he expressed his delight at the request.
He is being recognized for his “Food For All Program”, which is focused on a fight against the waste of food.
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The main objective of the program is to mobilize leftover food from restaurants and food vendors, in order to feed the homeless and the mentally – challenged.
The three Ghanaians have spent time being mentored and trained by the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Continuing Education in the UK.
This new development has invariably confirmed the meal as one of Ghana’s finest creations ever known.
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