Some of Ghana’s outstanding citizens, who have distinguished themselves in their fields of endeavour, will be honored at the maiden Ghana Legacy Honors slated for tomorrow, Saturday March 25, at the Movenpick Hotel, Accra as part of activities marking Ghana’s 60th independence anniversary.
They include business magnate Sir Sam Jonah, U.K based fashion designer Ozwald Boateng, head of the anti-corruption unit, African Development Bank, AfDB, Anna Bossman, world-renowned architect Sir David Adjaye, CEO of Airtel Ghana, Lucy Quist, and tech innovator Herman Chinery-Hesse.
Young Scholar Shadrack Frimpong will receive the Future Award for his work and impact in health and education in Ghana.
The awards gala kicks off at 6pm with an intimate networking cocktail reception, followed by the awards ceremony hosted by actress Ama K. Abebrese while guests will enjoy dinner with live music by Kwame Yeboah and the OBY Band and performances by hi-life musician Pat Thomas, and the sensational Adomaa and Okyeame Kwame.
The awards gala is set to bring the local and diaspora business community together for a memorable evening of camaraderie and inspiration in celebration of Ghanaian achievement and legacy.
“We are very proud to be able to use the Ghana Legacy platform to bring internationally celebrated pioneers and visionaries of Ghanaian descent back home to celebrate them, and provide the opportunity for them to inspire and empower the younger generation”, said Isaac O. Babu-Boateng, CEO of Bábu Global.