- Their awards was inspired by President Akufo-Addo's recent address to the UN
- The award is to honor them for serving their country in the diaspora
Ghana’s ambassador to the United States, Dr Adjei-Bawuah and Dr Princess Asie Ocansey, the founder of SOSJOBS4WOMEN have been given prestigious awards in the United States.
The two prominent Ghanaians received the honors at the just ended USA Congressional Black Caucus Week at the Global Oved Dei Seminary and University (GODSU).
The awards which was recently held at the Women’s Empowerment Conference in the US, an American billionaire, Rev Dr Michael Roberts commended the two Ghanaians for their exceptional roles in empowering their generation.
Dr Roberts in an address stressed that Dr Adjei-Bawuah and Dr Ocansey have conducted themselves creditably in driving investments for their country.
Dr Ocansey, who has been advocating for women empowerment to gainful employment received the prestigious GODSU Woman of the Year 2017 Award.
Whiles Dr Adjei-Bawuah was recognized for his role in driving huge sums of investments to Ghana upon assumption of power as an ambassador.
On his part, Rev. Dr. Diane Moore-Eubanks, the Chancellor of Global Oved Dei Seminary and University addressing gathering in the US said his institution is committed to the realization of the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2013.
He stated that their main focus is to see to total empowerment of women to gain decent employment across board.
Dr Moore-Eubanks revealed that they were particularly impressed by President AKufo-Addo’s recent address at the UN General Assembly.
He added that due to that, his institution chose to honor the two Ghanaians as a way of empowering them to continue serving their country.
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