The First Vice Chairman for the Atwima Nwabiagya South Constituency of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), has been honoured by education authorities in the constituency for his continuous support to the sector.
This comes after the politician presented boxes of mathematical sets and pens to all the junior high school pupils who sat the just-ended Basic Education Certificate Examinations (BECE) in the Municipality.
The Municipal Director of Education, Mrs Juliana Essel-Cudjoe, in her speech said Mr Duodu’s numerous interventions aimed to ensure that the poor and the needy do not lag as they assess quality education stressing that investing his time, and resources, in that regard, was commendable.
She added that Mr Duodu’s goals transcend beyond mere political aspirations and are a true reflection of his deep love and sense of mission for the welfare of the people. She emphasized that having him as a son of the soil makes the Municipality happy and proud.
On his part, Mr John Kwame Duodu, popularly called ‘Sir John’ after receiving the plaque said he was humbled by the honour bestowed on him by the Municipal Directorate of Education and that he is inspired to keep working hard for his people and the nation as a whole.
Sir John who was deeply humbled and touched by the honour expressed his utmost appreciation to the Municipal Education Boss and her Management for acknowledging his little efforts in such a breathtaking manner.
Mr. John Kwame Duodu, who is also the Director of Finance of the Royal Ann College of Health (RACOH) located at Atwima Manhyia has been one of the most consistent philanthropists in the Atwima Nwabiagya Municipality and remains very enthusiastic about the developmental issues affecting the people.
He continues to receive commendations from residents across the Municipality for being so forthright and committed to dealing with problems they are confronted with.
SOURCE: DAILY MAIL GH