Ghana News-The Agogo Citizens Association (ACA), Washington-USA branch has conferred honors on Mr Kwadwo Baah Agyeman, a former Member of Parliament (MP) for Asante-Akyem North.
With a plaque and a certificate, the group extolled the qualities and traits in the veteran sports enthusiast and former legislator at its 25th anniversary celebration in Washington.
According to the group’s patron, Mr Agyemang since his days as MP for Asante-Akyem to date has demonstrated his unfettered commitment to ensuring the development of Agogo.
The former MP, they stated has never relented in giving support to ventures the group or citizens of Agogo have come up with to develop the Asante-Akyem area.
The group’s patron expressed the desire to see every native of Agogo wherever they are placed in life contribute to the development of the ancient Asante town.
This, he noted is the only way their lives will be relevant to the people of the community who direly seek for development for Agogo.
He, therefore, urged Agogo residents and many others elsewhere to emulate the example by the Former MP so that in their small ways they could help develop the community.
Describing the former MP, the Patron said ‘Kwadwo Baah Agyemang is a visionary and forward looking person who despite his other responsibilities as a father, husband and Chief Executive finds time to be part of the planning and contribution of funds for the development of Agogo.
Receiving the plaque and certificate, Mr Baah Agyemang noted his delight at the honor and pledged to do his best to help develop Agogo.
He said Agogo had done a lot to help him develop his talent and also shape him to master the art of serving people everywhere he finds himself.
Mr Baah Agyemang urged the citizens to rise and contribute to build the Agogo town for future generations to benefit.
‘’Agogo has done something for us a people, at least it has given us an address and place of birth, lets hold our hands together to build the Agogo town to reflect a modern city which boast of a University, teacher and nurses training colleges and two secondary schools’’, Mr Agyemang posited passionately.
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