The CEO of impact group network Rexford West has enclose to celebrate students who graduated in 2021, and alongside their education, also took time to impact and contribute to the society during time of study.
Believing the function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers and this is a way to recognize and give them more exposure and also empower them to continue to impact the society.
Kindly send a brief history, leadership role, pictures and social media handle of any graduate influencer you know to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Rexford West is an interesting personality and a man of many passions as he is a Leader, youth advocate, Researcher, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, Media Personnel and a Blogger! He aspires to create a positive impact in the world.
Soulja Kelly promised to release an Ep this year which he claims to have one of UK’s legendary rapper Cbiz on the first song.
CBiz was born on the 8th of October, 1986. He is popular for being a Rapper. He is followed by rapper Drake on Instagram. CBiz’s age is 34. UK rapper who was one of Kilburn’s most popular underground musicians. His hit song “The Game’s Mine” has racked up over three million views and counting on YouTube. He launched a lifestyle brand called £R (aka Everything’s Relevant.
The Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr. Ernest Addison has announced at a press conference that the Central Bank is in advanced stages of introducing a digital currency called the E-Cedi. Dr. Addison said cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin are too volatile to play the function of money hence the need for a state-backed digital currency such as the e-cedi to facilitate transactions within the economy.
The Governor also revealed that the digital currency has gone through the first phase which involved the design of the money. He further noted that the final stage will involve piloting the digital currency to see how feasible it will be.
BRIEFPERSONALITY PROFILE: Phillip Bobbie-Ansah is a 4th year medical student, president of NUGs Vinnytsia and current vice president of NUGS Ukraine.
Growing up he’s always served in every level of his education. He’s passionate about medicine too and service as well, becoming the President for NUGs Vinnytsia, he initiated the “we dey for you” project which he aims to make it bigger should he become the President, he believes everything can be achieved so long as there is unity and togetherness. Let’s get behind him and make our union greater just as how we imagine it.
Growing up, leadership became familiar to him with class prefects role in primary school, and then became his school’s sports captain in Primary 6. In junior high school, in Forces Basic School, he became the school’s Boys’ Prefect and also S.U President. He continued his education in Osei Kyeretwie Senior High as a science student, where he aspired to become the boys’ perfect and also zonal ARSRC president but didn’t get either. All these shaped him into who he is today.
Mr. Chairman, the President of the Union, Mr. Amoateng Evans, the National Executive Council, Chapter Presidents and Vice Presidents, All Appointees of the Union, Chapter Executives, distinguished guests, Ladies and gentlemen, I deem it a great privilege and honor to be here before you to present to you my vision and plans for the union should you elect me as your President for 2021/2022 academic year.
Scientific Society in collaboration with National Union of Ghana Students, Sumy presents scientific webinar of the medical institute.
” Sumy State University will be hosting a great Seminar of which everyone is invited. Certificates of participation will be offered at the end of this great session. Be sure to register and don’t miss out. Below is the form for registration”
The June 4th Revolution or June 4th Uprising was an uprising in Ghana in 1979 that arose out of a combination of corruption, bad governance, frustration among the general public, and lack of discipline and frustrations within the Ghanaian army.
It was sparked when the then military government of the Supreme Military Council (SMC II) of General F K. Akuffo put then flight Lieutenant Jerry John Rawlings on public trial for attempting to overthrow the government on May 15, 1979.
This happened because Rawlings was a junior soldier in the Ghanaian Army who with other soldiers were refused their salaries.
Rawlings turned the trial against the government by accusing it of massive corruption and requesting that his fellow accused be set free as he was solely responsible for the mutiny.
He was incarcerated for sentencing. His diatribe resonated with the entire nation as there was massive suffering.
On the night of June 3, 1979, junior military officers including Major Boakye Djan broke into the jail where Rawlings was being held and freed him and ostensibly marched him to the national radio station to make an announcement.
The first time the public heard from Rawlings was a now legendary statement that he Rawlings had been released by the junior officers and that he was under their command.
He requested all soldiers to meet with them at the Nicholson Stadium in Burma Camp in Accra.
The entire nation went up in uproar. The soldiers rounded up senior military officers including three former heads of states, General F. K Akuffo, Ignatious Kutu Acheampong, and Afrifa for trial. They were subsequently executed by firing squad.
Rawlings was appointed the head of the Armed Forces Revolutionary Council (AFRC) by the revolting Junior military officers to run the country until the ongoing election was completed.
He handed over power to Dr. Hilla Limann in September 1979. But Rawlings again overthrew Limann on 31 December 1981.
Though June 4th became a noted date in Ghana’s history, it has been said to be a date that brings a lot of pain to people who either lost loved ones, lost businesses or had to flee the country.
Meanwhile, all is set for the virtual celebration of the 41st anniversary of the June 4 uprising today, Thursday, June 4, 2020.
Rawlings and leader of the uprising will deliver the keynote address for the event which will be under the theme, “Strengthening the Spirit of Patriotism, Resilience and Integrity in Difficult Times”.
Due to existing social distancing and ban on gatherings protocols instituted by government as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the event will not be open to the public.
According to the anniversary planning committee, other speakers at the E-durbar will include NDC General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia as well as Dr. Benjamin Kunbuor, Ambassador Dan Abodakpi, Maame Efua Sekyi-Addo and Sussie Efua Adoboe all leading members of the NDC.
Australasia International Model United Nations is excited to invite youth leaders across the world for an evolutionary journey in exploring the “Unlimited Boundaries of Diplomacy” through a virtual platform ignited with creativity, global issues, innovative solutions, research, networking, and powerful intense debate. The forum will provide a practice debate and a workshop that will enhance the individual growth of every single delegate that aspires to create a dialogue in the MUN arena and receive a real-life United Nations experience.
“We are excited to introduce Rexford West as our Country Ambassador for Ghana!! He is an interesting personality and a man of many passions as he is a youth advocate, Researcher, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, Media Personnel and a Blogger! He aspires to create a positive impact in the world, and we are thrilled to have him represent Ghana”
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