Abbeam Danso to award 200 educational scholarships

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Doctor Nana Agyeman Abbeam Danso

The founder of God’s Solution Centre (GSC) and founding leader of Abbeam Ministries, Dr Nana Agyeman Abbeam Danso has promised to give 200 needy students educational scholarship.

He made the promise during his thanksgiving ceremony which took place at Ngleshie Amanfro, Off Kasoa -Obom Road, Abbeam City on Sunday, 7th November 2021.

In July, 2021, Nana Agyeman Abbeam Danso who is a Real Estate developer, social entrepreneur and an Academia was honoured by the Divisional Chief of Ngleshie Amanfrom Nii Kwashie Gborbilor IV as the Development Chief (Nkosuohene) due to his enormous contribution to the growth of the Ngleshie community, thus he organized a thanksgiving service to thank God and the Chiefs for honouring and giving him the opportunity to become the Development Chief. 

The ceremony was graced by some important personalities including former BoG Governor, Dr. Kwabena Duffour, Ekow Spio Garbrah Bishop Elisha Salifu Amoako, Ngleshie Amanfro Divisional Chief and other neighboring chiefs and Celebrities.

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Speaking at the ceremony, Nana Agyeman Abbeam Danso expressed his gratitude to the chiefs and assured them that, he will continue to support the community with more jobs and extend it to neighboring communities.

He also promised to give 200 people educational scholarships in the field of media, ICT, Nursing, Physician Assistant and others.

“As a development chief of Ngleshie Amanfro, I want the people of Ghana to realize that I am a man of my words therefore, I promise to give 200 people who are interested in Media, ICT, Nursing Assistant, Health and Social Care, Physician Assistant (PA) and Business educational scholarships as a way of developing Ngleshie Amanfro and neighboring communities,” he said.  

Meanwhile, Nii Kwashie Gborbilor IV, Divisional Chief of Ngleshie Amanfro congratulated Nana Abbeam and urged him to continue with his hard work, create more jobs so that people in the community and its environs can equally gain employment to help develop the community.

Archbishop Salifu Amoako also noted that Chiefs are the custodians of lands, therefore, they need to be recognized and respected as such.

He further advised that Chieftaincy is not against Christianity because God himself was a king therefore people should desist from speaking ill about pastors who have been enstooled as chiefs, but rather accord them with the necessary respect.

Ghana| Atinkaonline.com

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