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From Entrepreneurs to Scientists: Meet the 2022 Class of Young Global Leaders



The world’s most driven researchers, innovative entrepreneurs, activists and promising political leaders between the ages of 30 and 40 are today joining the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders Class of 2022.


The Forum of Young Global Leaders was founded in 2005 by Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, to create a world where leaders take responsibility for a sustainable and inclusive world, while addressing increasingly complex and interrelated challenges. Today, there are over 1,400 members and alumni from more than 120 countries. Notable members include prime ministers Jacinda Ardern and Sanna Marin, President Carlos Alvarado Quesada of Costa Rica, entrepreneurs Iyinoluwa Aboyeji and Rhea Mazumdar Singhal, peace activist Victor Ochen, and economist Esther Duflo.


YGLs are active in today’s most exciting and dynamic fields and focus on impact. In the past year, YGLs have made bold commitmentsto restore 21 million hectares of deforested and degraded land in India, have come together to establish the first corporate movement for clean air to create healthy communities around the world, and have even launched a $1 billion gender fund to advance global equity and women’s leadership.


The class of 2022 is gender equal and has representatives from 42 countries. Members will take part in a three-year leadership development programme that will help them reach their next level of impact. The programme offers executive education courses, expeditions and opportunities to collaborate and test ideas with a trusted network of peers.


“The leaders celebrated today have demonstrated exceptional ingenuity and vision across their fields. While they represent diverse sectors, regions and issue areas, they are united in their commitment to lead towards a more inclusive and sustainable world,” said Mariah Levin, Head of the Forum of Young Global Leaders.


“The World Economic Forum is delighted to welcome this year’s class of Young Global Leaders. Their commitment to improving the state of the world is crucial at a time where collaboration is needed more than ever,” said Nicole Schwab, Board Member of the Forum of Young Global Leaders.


Meet the 2022 YGL Class


  • Amal Enan, Chief Investment Officer, American University in Cairo, United States of America
  • Danae Kyriakopoulou, Senior Policy Fellow, Grantham Research Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
  • James Kwame Mensah, Senior Lecturer, University of Ghana, Ghana
  • Jinxing Zheng, Division Head, Professor, Institute of Plasma Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, People’s Republic of China
  • Kaitlyn Sadtler, Earl Stadtman Tenure-Track Investigator and Chief of the Section for Immunoengineering, National Institutes of Health, United States of America
  • Philip Meissner, Founder and Director, European Center for Digital Competitiveness, Germany
  • Wai-Lung (Billy) Ng, Assistant Professor, School of Pharmacy, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China
  • Yoichi Ochiai, Associate Professor, University of Tsukuba, Japan


Arts, Culture & Sports

  • Daniel Feldman, Founder & Architect, Zona Industrial Taller de Arquitectura, Colombia
  • Inna Modja, Land Ambassador, United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD), Portugal
  • Manasi Joshi, Athlete, Sports Authority of India, India
  • Sumayya Vally, Founder and Principal, Counterspace, South Africa
  • Wissam Joubran, Composer, Performer, Luthier, Le Trio Joubran, Palestinian Territories



  • Abdulrahman Essa Al-Mannai, President and Chief Executive Officer, Milaha Group, Qatar
  • Anderson Tanoto, Managing Director, RGE Pte Ltd, Singapore
  • Anne-Laure Malauzat, Partner, Chief DEI Officer Middle East, Bain & Company, United Arab Emirates
  • Bicheng Han, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, BrainCo, United States of America
  • Carlo Perez-Arizti, Partner, Baker McKenzie, Mexico
  • Caroline Blanch Israel, Managing Director and Partner, Boston Consulting Group, Australia
  • Christer Kjos, Chief Executive Officer, Canica Holding AG, Switzerland
  • Christy Lei Sun, Chief Marketing Officer and Founding Partner, Yatsen Global, People’s Republic of China
  • Claire Cormier Thielke, Country Head, Hines Greater China, Hines Asia Pacific, Hong Kong SAR, China
  • Daniel Zhang Xianming, Vice President, Broad Group, People’s Republic of China
  • Dominic Wadongo, Group Head of Operational Risk, Equity Group Holdings Plc, Kenya
  • Enass Abo-Hamed, Chief Executive Officer, H2GO Power Ltd., United Kingdom
  • Esha Mansingh, Executive Vice-President, Corporate Affairs and Investor Relations, Imperial Logistics Limited, South Africa
  • Esra Eczacıbaşı Coşkun, Member of the Board of Directors and Group Digital Transformation Coordinator, Eczacıbaşı Holding, Turkey
  • Eugene Chung, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Penrose Studios Inc., United States of America
  • Eva Otieno, Principal, Africa Strategy, Standard Chartered Bank Kenya Ltd, Kenya
  • Fares Bugshan, Chief Executive Officer, Bugshan Investment, Saudi Arabia
  • Frederic Hoffmann, Board Member, MAVA Fondation pour la Nature, Switzerland
  • Ioana Patriniche, Managing Director / Head of Investor Relations, Deutsche Bank AG, United Kingdom
  • Jennifer (Jen) Auerbach-Rodriguez, Managing Director – MLWM Strategic Growth Markets, Merrill Lynch, United States of America
  • John R. Tyson, Executive Vice-President; Strategy and Chief Sustainability Officer, Tyson Foods Inc., United States of America
  • Joud Abdel Majeid, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, BlackRock Inc., United States of America
  • Kim Hallwood, Head of Corporate Sustainability, HSBC Bank Canada, Canada
  • Lesley Ndlovu, Chief Executive Officer, African Risk Capacity “ARC” Ltd, South Africa
  • Margot Edelman, General Manager, Daniel J. Edelman, Inc, United States of America
  • Mariana Vasconcelos, Chief Executive Officer, Agrosmart SA, Brazil
  • Mark Stoffels, Managing Director, Connected Care North America, Philips, United States of America
  • Matthew Katz, Global Head of Data Science, Blackstone, United States of America
  • Mayank Singhal, Global Head of Private Equity and Venture Capital, Abu Dhabi Growth Fund (ADG), United Arab Emirates
  • Miku Hirano, Chief Executive Officer, Cinnamon AI, Japan
  • Mmaki Jantjies, Head of Innovation, Telkom SA SOC Limited, South Africa
  • Mohammed Alghanim, Group Chief Executive Officer, Hamad S. Al-Ghanim Group, Kuwait
  • Noor Boodai, Chief Executive Officer, TenX, Kuwait
  • Ola Doudin, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, BitOasis, United Arab Emirates
  • Orenzo (Perry) Hollowell, Head of Global Equities and Sustainable Investing, CFI Partners, United States of America
  • Peng Shen, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Shuidi Company, People’s Republic of China
  • Radhika Gupta, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Edelweiss Mutual Fund, India
  • Ritesh Malik, Founder, Innov8 Coworking, India
  • Sarah Rawson, Regional Head of Business Management EMEA, Swiss Re Services Limited, United Kingdom
  • Sharam Gulzad, Chief Executive Officer/Founder/Investor, Gulzad Group, Afghanistan
  • Siwan (Swan) Lu, Principal, Zurich Global Ventures, Switzerland
  • Sophia Hamblin Wang, Chief Operating Officer, Mineral Carbonation International (MCi), Australia
  • Soraya Djermoun, Entrepreneur, Author, Geopolitical expert, Terza, Algeria
  • Steve Suryadinata, Managing Director, BSA Land, Indonesia
  • Suhail Sameer, Chief Executive Officer, Resilient Innovation Private Limited (BharatPe), India
  • Usman Ahmed, Head of Global Public Policy and Research, Paypal, Inc., United States of America
  • Venetia Bell, Group Chief Sustainability Officer; Head, Strategy, Gulf International Bank BSC (GIB), United Kingdom
  • Vineeta Singh, Chief Executive Officer, Sugar Cosmetics, India
  • Yashovardhan Lohia, Executive Director and Chief Sustainability Officer, Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited, Thailand
  • Yeoh Keong Hann, Executive Director, YTL Power Generation, Malaysia
  • Yichen Shen, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Lightelligence, United States of America
  • Yousef Yousef, Chief Executive Officer, LG Sonic B.V., Netherlands
  • Yuito Yamada, Partner, McKinsey & Company, Japan
  • Zou Shasha, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, AHA Entertainment, People’s Republic of China
  • Zuriel Naiker, Managing Director, Sales and Distribution, Africa, Marsh & McLennan Companies, South Africa


Civil Society

  • Alaa Murabit, Director, Health (PAC), UN High-Level Commissioner & SDG Advocate, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Canada
  • Boju Zhang, Secretary General, Ginkgo Foundation, People’s Republic of China
  • Clarissa Delgado, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Teach For the Philippines, Philippines
  • Françoise Moudouthe, Chief Executive Officer, African Women’s Development Fund, Ghana
  • Freshta Karim, Founding Director, Charmaghz Cultural and Services Organization, United Kingdom
  • Ilwad Elman, Chief Operating Officer, Elman Peace HRC, Somalia
  • Irina Lachowski, Chief Executive Officer, RenovaBR, Brazil
  • Jessica Beckerman, Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer, Muso, United States of America
  • Joy Buolamwini, Founder and Executive Director, Algorithmic Justice League, United States of America
  • Luana Génot, Executive Director, Brazilian Identities Institute, Brazil
  • Matt Dalio, Founder and Chair, Endless OS, United States of America
  • Sun Xuemei, Chairperson, Beijing All in One Public Welfare Foundation, People’s Republic of China
  • Vilas Dhar, President and Trustee, The Patrick J. McGovern Foundation, United States of America
  • Zoya Lytvyn, Head, Osvitoria, Ukraine



  • Juan Carlos Rincón, Editor of the Opinion Section, El Espectador, Colombia
  • Tom Mustill, Director, Gripping Films Ltd, United Kingdom


Public Figure

  • Bárbara Luiza Coutinho do Nascimento, State Prosecutor, Rio de Janeiro State Prosecutor’s Office, Brazil
  • Bolor-Erdene Battsenge, State Secretary, Ministry of Digital Development, Mongolia
  • Colin Allred, Member of Congress, U.S. House of Representatives, United States of America
  • Eva Maydell, Member of the European Parliament, European Parliament, Belgium
  • Freddy Castro, Chief Executive Officer, Banca de las Oportunidades, Colombia
  • Hamad AlMahmeed, Undersecretary for Research & Projects, Prime Minister’s Office, Bahrain
  • James Mnyupe, Presidential Economic Adviser; Green Hydrogen Commissioner, Office of the President of Namibia, Namibia
  • Maria Eugenia del Castillo Cabrera, Envoy of the Vicepresident of the Dominican Republic, The Presidency of the Dominican Republic, Dominican Republic
  • Mark Boris Andrijani, Minister of Digital Transformation, Government Office for Digital Transformation of Slovenia, Slovenia
  • Mykhailo Fedorov, Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, Government of Ukraine, Ukraine
  • Naif Shesha, Chief Strategy Officer, Saudi Space Commission, Saudi Arabia
  • Natalie Black, Her Majesty’s Trade Commissioner for Asia Pacific, Department for International Trade, Singapore
  • Omar bin Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work of the United Arab Emirates, Office of the Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, United Arab Emirates
  • Raghav Chadha, Member of Legislative Assembly, Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi, India
  • Saad Hayat Tamman, Member – Strategic Reforms and Implementation Unit, Office of the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Pakistan
  • Safiya Al-Jabry, Executive Director, Small and Micro Enterprise Promotion Service (SMEPS), Yemen
  • Sahar Albazar, Parliament Member & Deputy Chair of Foreign Affairs Committee, Egyptian Parliament, Egypt


Social Entrepreneur

  • Badruun Gardi, Co-Founder and Chairman, GerHub, Mongolia
  • Jaideep Bansal, Chief Executive Officer, Global Himalayan Expedition (GHE), India
  • Kiah Williams, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Supporting Initiatives to Redistribute Unused Medicine – SIRUM, United States of America
  • Luhui Yan, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Carbonstop, People’s Republic of China
  • Mia Perdomo, Co-Founder and CEO, Aequales, Colombia
  • Nasreen Ali Mohamed, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Cherehani Africa, Kenya
  • Sara Saeed Khurram, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Sehat Kahani, Pakistan
  • Yanqing (Kenny) Cai, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Bottle Dream, People’s Republic of China


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    Hollard Ghana and Melcom extend partnership online with e-commerce



    Insurance and commerce partners Hollard Ghana and Melcom have announced the extension of their “Shop and Insure” collaboration beyond the current in-store Hollard on-the-go booths in select Melcom stores, to e-commerce on This move will enable more Ghanaians to conveniently use digital means to access financial security on their purchases and lives.

    The existing partnership between the unconventional insurance group with subsidiaries Hollard Insurance and Hollard Life Assurance, and the retail giant, Melcom, enables customers who enter selected Melcom stores to sign up for insurance on their appliances, electronics, and families while they shop. With this e-commerce addition, customers can also navigate Melcom’s online shopping portal to access Hollard’s general and life insurance products.

    Speaking on the announcement, Group CEO of Hollard Ghana, Patience Akyianu, said: “As an innovative company, we seek ways to make insurance more accessible. Consequently, with this move to e-commerce, we have elevated our pioneering partnership with Melcom by adding digital to the conventional brick and mortar store distribution channel. We are proud to acknowledge that this aligns with our purpose of courageously pursuing a better way to improve the lives of Ghanaians.”

    “Our goal at Melcom is to be a one-stop-shop for all our customers. Recently, there has been a surge in e-commerce since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. As a forward-thinking company, it is only prudent to add insurance to the variety of products available in our online shop. Customers can now log on to to enquire about the unique insurance products as they shop for their groceries and home essentials online. We believe it will deepen our partnership with Hollard while increasing insurance penetration in the country”, said The Directors of the Group.

    The Hollard general and life insurance policies available on Melcom’s e-commerce platform are motor, electronics and appliances, home, travel, life, funeral, and investment. Hollard is poised to answer all related customer enquiries.

    About Hollard Ghana

    Hollard is the country’s favourite insurance group, with subsidiaries Hollard Insurance and Hollard Life Assurance. The group combines its deep local knowledge of the market, having operated in Ghana for 25 years as Metropolitan Insurance, with the world-class expertise of an international insurance brand in 18 countries worldwide. With feet firmly planted on Ghanaian soil but headquartered in South Africa, Hollard delivers innovative insurance solutions customized to Ghanaians’ unique risks. Hollard offers various life and general insurance products, including funeral, personal accident, motor, business, travel, home, and more, and can be reached via the following means: 0501603967 (Hollard Insurance) and 0501533698 (Hollard Life).

    Beyond various nationwide office branches and Hollard 2U franchise shops, Ghanaians can find Hollard at Shell Fuel Station Welcome Shops, Melcom stores and online at and for all their insurance needs.


    About Melcom Limited.

    Melcom Limited is West Africa’s Leading Organized Retail Chain and is a true local home-grown Retail Super Brand. Established in 1989, it has footprints across Ghana with 55+ retail stores and 10+ Cash n Carry outlets, making it a preferred shopping destination. Melcom has been adjudged a SUPER BRAND and rated as one of the Top Business Houses in Ghana year after year.

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    Kwahu Summit Launched – Ghana To Host Africa’s Prosperity Dialogues



    The Africa Prosperity Network has launched the Kwahu Summit for Africa’s prosperity.

    The launch which featured top African business leaders, political leaders, and local and international media occurred at the Accra Marriot Hotel on the sidelines of the African Development Bank’s annual meeting currently happening in Accra, Ghana.

    Speaking at the launch, His Excellency Wamkele Mene who is the Executive Secretary of the AfCFTA Secretariate emphasized the need for Africans to have impactful dialogues about Africa’s trade relations with the rests of the world in light of the state of intra-Africa trade. His Excellency Wamkele Mene declared AfCfFTA Secretariate’s support for the Kwahu Summit and urged that the Summit would effectively engage the full range of sustainable development actors, governments, and businesses to explore how to accelerate the AfCFTA implementation as well as the explore the kind of economic development vision Africa must have for decades to come.


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    On behalf of the Government of Ghana, Honorable Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, Ghana’s Minister of Information, spoke about the government’s support for the thought leadership platform the Kwahu Summit creates for Africans to leverage opportunities and resources on the continent to achieve more.


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    Mr. Yofi Grant, Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) emphasized the need for Africans to proactively direct global discourses and collaborations on Africa’s development, given the share of global natural resources the Continent possesses and the potential of the Continent’s demography for consumerism, leadership, and labor force.


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    The maiden edition of the Kwahu Summit on Africa’s prosperity will take place at the Rock City Hotel in Kwahu on 28th and 29th October 2022. The partners of the Summit are AfCFTA Secretariat the Government of the Republic of Ghana, and the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC).


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    RIOHS Announces The Rebrand Of Riohs Originate To RIOHS College Of Design Ghana



    Riohs is excited to announce the rebrand of our foundational fashion design and illustration institution. Riohs Originate, is now the Riohs College of Design with the tagline “Create. Make radiance.” on the new value proposition; Unearthing potential, making seasoned professionals.

    Over the last decade, the institution has existed with the aim of glowing talents. Our rebrand is closely aligned with our ultimate goal of becoming the leading institution in fashion and creative design training in Africa.

    The College will be offering a wider range of Creative design courses in:


    Graphic Design

    Digital Fashion

    Creative Thinking

    Concept Development


    Pattern Making

    Fashion Design (Clothing & Construction) and many more.

    In this new phase, we will continue to identify and nurture fresh potential and prove over and over again that one can learn how to think creatively to attain a concept, sketch and design, create patterns, design and sew a collection in 6 months.  Offering morning, evening and weekend options, our classes offer practical guidance. Our training transforms students into conscious smarter decision makers with an eye on the sustainability of the fashion industry.

    Many of our global alumni have gone on to create well acknowledged brands, such as Naddia Ibrahim,ZaQi Africa, Elikem the Tailor, Royalty by Nanasie, Gallant Belle, Maud by Dianne, Avonsige, Sera Ban, Cosma gh, Mayase gh, kojo Boadi Ghana, Sara the Dress Maker, and a host of other creative minds taking on the global fashion space. Beyond creating and sustaining an industry of fashion entrepreneurs, Riohs alumna are working as professional pattern makers, sketch and digital illustrators, fashion designers and atelier managers. Some have even been honoured in Vogue such as the wildly successful – Ajabeng.

    Riohs alumni have graced International Fashion Weeks like; London Fashion Week, Denmark Fashion Week, Arise Fashion Week Lagos, Durban Fashion Week, Glitz Africa Fashion Week, Accra Fashion Week, and Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. 

    Mr Richard Ohene Sika, founder and talent manager, had this to say – 

    “Everyone has a touch of creativity hidden inside them, they just need a little Riohs in them to unearth their potential. The world always needs more people who are creating, so consider joining us. We can help you, realise your vision.”

    Boilerplate ( Short description of Riohs) 

    The Riohs College of Design is a creative design service and training college in Accra, Ghana that was birthed in 2010 with only 3 students. Since then, it has gone on to graduate more than 1,500 students across Africa and globally, who come to it’s Dzorwulu campus for the 6-month program. RIOHS is the pioneer and creator of the 6-month program in Fashion Design and Fashion Illustration in Ghana. The course was designed to offer practical instruction through learning by doing. Riohs offers a functional fully serviced atelier that serves as the center of it’s campus. The College intends to keep transforming lives through giving an opportunity to talents who seek to express their creative talents, under the guidance of professional artists from all over the world. Apply at

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    How Imyfone Magicmic is a real time voice changer



    There have been numerous advancements in voice changer technology over the times. Real- time voice changer software allows druggies to make different sounds and make adaptations in real time with a variety of options handed. They come with several preset sound types and will enable you to change the sound by changing the pitch, frequence, tone, and other aspects of the sound. Making fun of musketeers, neighbors, classmates and cousins is one reason why people use voice- changing software. Gamers and pennants are more likely to change their voice as part of the fun. This can help them epitomize their characters and add further fun. Voice changer tools can also be useful when creating vids for a variety of purposes. If you want to get the voice changer for zoom then we have the best option right here as the iMyfone MagicMic.

    There are numerous uses, but with so numerous options, it’s hard to choose the right real- time voice changer tool. MagicMic voice changer is one of the most used and trusted coffers moment. So in reviewing this MagicMic voice changer, I’ll look at what it offers and its advantages and disadvantages.


    Is MagicMic the stylish free real time voice changer?


    There are numerous voice changers on the request, but MagicMic voice changer is unique. Its one-click function allows druggies to snappily change their voices. All you need is a mouse click. This tool comes from iMyFone, which is a leading inventor of colorful useful tools like MagicMic, Filme Video Editor, MarkGo etc.


    The stylish free real time voice changer for PC


    MagicMic comes with several sound pollutants. Minion, Echo, Robot, and Monster are just a many of the options that can be used. It can be used for online converse, voiceover, or streaming. MagicMic voice changer can also act as Skype call voice changer and discarded voice changer.


    MagicMic features


    • Real time voice pollutants.
    • You can choose from over 200 available sound goods.
    • Use voice Impersonator in games and other apps.
    • In real time, just one mouse click can change your voice.
    • Windows 7, 8,8.1, 10, and 11 are completely supported.


    The software is incredibly intuitive. Anyone from freshman to expert position can start changing their voice incontinently. The one-click function helps it stand out from the competition. To use this voice changer you have to choose the affair and input. The input device must be your microphone. The affair device will be your headphones. You can always pierce this section under the Settings tab if you need to change anything. It will be the one as the best and right at the top so if you are interested in voice changer for zoom then visit here.


    MagicMic settings


    Still, choose a sludge and speak into the microphone, If you want to hear how your voice sounds. You can use the tool on Twitch, Skype, PUBG, Fortnite, Discord and other platforms. Then is what you need to do, Start your asked program. Also go to the Voice Settings menu, Elect “Microphone” (Voice Changer Virtual Audio Device, or WDM) as the input device. The sound in the named program can also be converted in real time. Your changes will be heard by other druggies.


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    Jadarls Group Powers ‘Make A Wish!’ By Purple Angels Kids Foundation



    Purple Angels Kids Foundation in its 3 years of existence has focused on the wholistic well-being of children, by gifting sick and or needy children beautiful memories to inspire hope and teach them that they can be anything they want in the future if they put their minds to it.

    Babies in jail, Help! , Chalewote Giveaway, School Supply Drive by and the newly introduced Make A Wish are the projects we undertake all year round.

    The maiden edition of Make A Wish kicked off last Saturday the 21st of May. Make A Wish essentially is granting one wish of a child who is terminally ill. Three children had their wishes granted, and laptops and tablets were handed over to these children who are currently fighting cancer at the Korle-Bu pediatric oncology unit.

    “Jadarls group of companies powered this edition of the Make A Wish project and we couldn’t be more grateful. One of the children Lucy had just had surgery the previous day, and to be able to give her the one thing she never thought she will have the privilege of having, was a blessing.We are in this with you and we hope to help you grant more wishes,” comments the Group CEO of Jadarls Group of companies.

    Purple Angels Kids foundation wishes to thank the Jadarls Group and hope that a lot more individuals, institutions, and companies will come aboard this project.

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    WATCH: 24-Year-Old Who Farms To Pay Fees In University



    Perry Appoh a 24-year Geography student at the University of Ghana hails from Ziave in the Volta Region of Ghana and practices farming for survival.

    He started farming at the age of fifteen when he and his siblings used to follow their father Mr.Francis Appoh who won the second-best farmer award in their district in the year 2017.

    It got to a time he realized that his father don’t do any work apart from farming and with it, he was able to cater for the family of eight without any support from any source. He got the inspiration from there, and has since  been able to farm on large scale which has helped him to pay his fees in University  watch his story in the following interview with Multicdb

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