The PLO Lumumba Foundation, Ghana Chapter, an NGO has organized a capacity building workshop for its regional leaders across the ten (previous) regions of Ghana, on Saturday 12th October, 2019, at GIMPA, Greenhill Campus, Achimota.
The workshop among other things was organized to build the capacities of the leaders on the thematic areas of the Foundation, which are: Pan Africanism, Anti -Corruption and Mentorship.
The facilitators of the PLO Lumumba Foundation Ghana workshop include Ambassador William Awinador-Kanyirige (Ghana’s former ambassador to Ethiopia, Nigeria and permanent representative to AU and ECOWAS), Mr. Wasiu Yusuf (Head of Ethics and Compliance, Airteltigo and former auditor of Audit Service, KPMG, Scancom Ghana alias MTN) and Mr. Christian Cédric Elongue (Head of Knowledge Management, WASCI).
Mr. Awinador-Kanyirige charged the PLO Lumumba Foundation Ghana training participants to leverage on knowledge and information so as to contribute their quota to Africa’s development.
“The biggest tool is knowledge and information, leverage on that. As Pan African youth, it is important to learn about the historical antecedents of Pan Africanism and the way forward for Africa’s development”
The Country Director of the Ghana Chapter (Mr. Razak Awudu) urged the regional leaders to emulate the qualities as portrayed by the founder of the Foundation, Professor Patrick Lumumba, and exhibit a high sense of integrity in all their engagements as leaders of the Foundation.
In attendance were; Mr. Razak Awudu (Country Director), Ms. Anna Nanor (Dep. Country Director), Mr. John Aggrey (Head of Programs and Projects), Mr. Peter Amole (Head of Research and Development), Mr. Francis Azorliadey (Head of Graphics and Brands), Ms. Adiza Mohammed (Deputy Head of Eastern region), Mr. Eugene O. Nimapau (Head of Greater Accra), Mr. Joshua Ayayi (Head of Volta Region), Mr. James Wosoryie (Regional organization member of Volta region), Mrs. Zakiyatu Zabila (Deputy Head, Northern region), Mr. Gabriel Asampanpika (Head of Upper East), Thomas A. Kpatsa (Head of Western region), among others.