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Aviation Minister, others honoured

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The Minister of Aviation, Cecilia Abena Dapaah, and other individuals who have distinguished themselves in various fields were, over the weekend, honoured at the 4th Global Achievers Awards at the British Council Hall.

The Minister of Aviation, Cecilia Abena Dapaah, and other individuals who have distinguished themselves in various fields were, over the weekend, honoured at the 4th Global Achievers Awards at the British Council Hall.

The awards was organized by Bishop Kwame Aburam Anoff , Executive Chairman of the United Clergy International Association Worldwide.

Apart from Madam Dapaah who was awarded the Honour Star Award for Favourite Character, Member of Parliament for Manhyia North, Collins Owusu Amankwaah, received two awards: Distinguished Leadership Award and Community Impact Award.

Director of Elections of the opposition National Democratic Congress, Samuel Ofosu Ampofo received the Honour Heroes of Distinction Award whilst former Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister, Joseph Yammin, received the Honour High Impact Award.

Founder of the All People’s Congress, Hassan Ayariga; Director General of the Ghana Ports and Habours Authority, Paul Ansah were also recognized.

The rest included Bernard Antwi –Boasiaka, populary known as Chairman Wontumi, Apostle Addo Agyekum, Bernard Boachie and  Robert Adotei who were also awarded.

Tete Atempong Herbal Centre  and Blue Skie Company Limited were awarded for Excellence Award for Primary Health in Ghana and Industrial Sector Award for Food Processing  respectively.

Bishop Aburam Anoff told the Daily Statesman that the United Clergy International Association Worldwide is poised at discovering and awarding leaders who have made impact in the lives of people and society.

“We believe in our own little ways can correct certain menace that goes on in our society. What we had this evening is a picture of what we stand for,” he indicated, adding that the scope of awards would be expanded in subsequent editions,” he said.