It is believed that, she sacrifice her time for her lovely Ghanaian Youth born in France or coming from Ghana.
She was therefore awarded during the 4th edition of the ATEA awards scheme, but someone in Ghana took the award on her behalf.
In an Interview with Kobby Kyei News, she exhibited how excited she is and how this award means to her.
The France-Based Banker gave an insight into what she does for Ghanaians in France, which has brought her this joy.
“I’m so much pleased to be recognised as a hardworking person for the Ghanaian Community in France. I know nothing about the nominations, and have no idea who even nominated me in Ghana. I was elected the Youth Leader in the Ghana Coordinating Council, last year by the Ghana Embassy and 52 Associations in France.
It is not easy working for Humanity, but I’m highly motivated to help people more. Sometimes I get dismayed due to numerous calls for help, but I try my best to help everyone in terms of documentations, appointments in hospitals and other places.
Sometimes i leave my work to help people to get jobs through my group, Ghana Youth United.
I’m so happy and grateful that Ghanaians have recognised the good work I’m doing. I want to raise the Ghanaian Flag in France.