Ghana-Nigeria Achievers Award (GNAA) Foundation, a platform that acknowledges the efforts of various individuals in society, has honoured Samuel Bamidele Ojo, Youth Affairs Secretary of the Ghana United Nations Association (GUNA), for his individual impact in the people in his vicinity, and social supports to improve and unite the youth in his community.
The 2018 Awards is the third of a series of the GNAA, held under the theme: ‘Rewarding hard work and celebrate positive efforts towards building a better society’, in Accra.
The GNAAF is aimed at appreciating the effort of individuals who are blazing the trail in their respective fields of endeavour in the two West African Anglophone countries.
The selection of the awardees placed importance on the results the individual had achieved through commitment to business growth, professional excellence and community service, and the last was where Samuel Ojo found himself in.
Barry Ndu Nwaihim, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Foundation, was full of praise for all 24 awardees, and charged them to continue to solidify the bonds between Ghana and Nigeria to transform the two countries and the continent.
Lastly, he said: “The presidents of the two countries should set up a team to look into the challenges of doing business in both countries.”
Samuel Bamidele Ojo’s citation read: ‘For your great achievement in the area of youth development, being a positive role model to the young people across the world, and constantly projecting the good image of Nigeria in the diaspora.’