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African Child Prize award holds in Ghana 20th October



Africa Child Prize Award

African child foundation International, is set to honour youths who have played extra ordinary roles in the society through its African Child Prize award, as part of it commitment to create values among young ones in a morally decaying society.

According to the director of communications of the foundation, West Africa, Prince Donaldson Onosakponome, the African Child Prize award (ACP) which will hold on 20th of October at the prestigious Kempinski Hotels in Ghana, would also be used to educate the philosophy behind the project and also inculcate to people the core values of excellence, innovations and inventions which are the driving force behind continues economic progress in the society.

He stated that nomination and voting process have raised noble men and women who would be given special recognition on their contributions to the development of the continent.


“ACP is a value-driven project of the African Child Foundation International for identifying, recognizing and rewarding citizens and friends, brands, products, individuals and organizations who put Africa first, for their demonstrated ability to innovate and invent for the social economic progress of the continent, and also for the promotion of excellence in the academic world ” he said.

Onosakponome added that that positive images of hard work in earning wealth need to be showcased to stimulate the minds of teeming youths. This mission he said has been the unequalled passion of The African Child Foundation International (NGO).

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