Paul Asare-Ansah, the former Director General of GPHA, now Technical Advisor to the Minister of Transport and Aspiring MP for Asuogyaman wants African leaders to rescue the continent from the shackles of neo-colonialism.
He observed sadly that many people in Leadership positions are fixated on hoarding money instead of seeking the wellbeing of their people.
He pled with African leaders to adopt a “servant mindset” and work hard to save Africa from persistent unemployment, poverty, deprivation and underdevelopment.
Mr. Paul Asare-Ansah who was delivering the keynote address at the 6th Global Achievers Leadership Awards ceremony held Thursday , 11th April, 2019 at the British Council Hall in Accra also advised the new graduates of the Global Executive Institute who attended the ceremony to work hard, strive for excellence and avoid corruption wherever they find themselves.
He won two awards; the “Community Impact Personality Award” which appreciated his many years of outstanding service, dedication and diligence to the People of Asuogyaman and neighbouring communities as well as the “UCIA Ultimate Excellence Award” for his hard work, enthusiasm and commitment to excellence beyond the call of duty.
Gbese Mantse of the GA traditional Council took home “The Hall of Fame” award while District Chief Executive for the Asuogyaman District; Samuel Kwame Agyekum received the “Lifetime Achievement Award”.
Deputy Minister for Communication and MP for Awutu Senya West Constituency; Nenyi George Andah dedicated his “Dr. Lanz Outstanding Service” Award to “all young people willing to make a difference in the leadership of our great nation”.
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