The Year 2022 has already seen powerful awards won by the Bank of Ghana, Ghana Broadcasting Corporation and certain distinguished individuals in Ghana like Ghana’s Worgbato Klikor King Torgbi Xenodzi Dogbey II, the divinely inspired developer Scientist of our times.
Earlier the Bank of Ghana won the Central Banking’s Fintech Policy of the Year Award 2022. The central banking unveiled the Fifth Annual Fintech Regtech Global Awards recognizing the technological achievements of central banks, supervisors and commercial Tech providers worldwide.
Following Bank of Ghana’s Awards, was the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) which won the Most Credible Media House of the year 2022 at the Achievers International Awards during the Achievers Business Conference over the weekends.
GBC’s DG, the Director-General of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), Professor Amin Alhassan has been appointed to the decision-making body of the African Union of Broadcasting (AUB) and earlier adjudged the Most People-Focused Personality.
There was other three categories of Awards won by three distinguished personalities and presented by the director, Rev. Agbemor Aheto.
Mr. Napoleon Ato Kittoe, the head of Documentaries at the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation won The Best Reporter of the year 2022.
Madam Ramat Ebellah Whajah of the National Investment Bank (NIB) won The Best Customer care Personnel of the Year 2022.
Mr. Essiel Justice King, Director of the Kingscourt Schools – Ghana, also won The Best Inspirational Leader of the Year 2022.
The final Award went to the Ghanaian Scientist who made the people of the Volta Region very proud, especially the people of Klikor in the Ketu south Municipality.
He is in the person of His Royal Highness King Xenodzi Dogbey II, who won The Best Innovator of the Year 2022 with his innovation of a Very Potent General well-being Medicine, Xenodzi Cocos POLY30 Mixture ( www.xenodzi.com ) in the wake of COVID-19 and others to combat Viruses, Bacteria, fungi diseases, cleanse clogged blood vessels and removal of microplastics from the blood.
In his attempt to promote Made in Ghana Products at home and abroad, this Ghanaian Scientist produced his medicine in a glass bottle to avoid the toxicity of medicines in Plastic bottles which is hazardous to health due to Bisphenol A (BPA) and other harmful effects.
He believes Ghana will grow when we patronize Made in Ghana Products.