10 MTN HEROES OF CHANGE FINALISTS NAMED

10 MTN HEROES OF CHANGE FINALISTS NAMED


The MTN Heroes of Change program that recognizes, celebrates and supports the contribution of selfless individuals who sacrifice their time and resources to help in the development of their communities as well as brighten lives, has announced the names of the 10 finalists for Season Five.
Season five would focus on core areas, which includes education, health, and economic empowerment, with the ultimate winner receiving a whopping GH¢100,000, while category winners would receive GH¢30,000.
Here is the list of the shortlisted finalists:
EDUCATION

 Charles Ofori Antimpem

Dr. Asiamah

 Frank Abeiku Adams 

 HEALTH

 Louisa Enyonam Ansah 

 Benjamin Akinkang 

 David Hagan

 ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

 Diana Adjei 

 Rev Fr Akologo Dominic Azumah

 Justice Yeleviebayire 

 Mawusi Awity 

 The work of the 10 shortlisted finalists will later be broadcast as part of a 13-week television series. The TV series will highlight the stories of the nominees whose selfless acts are positively impacting the lives of others.

 MTN Heroes of Change was first launched in July 2013 with the aim of identifying and recognizing selfless people who continue to sacrifice their time and resources to improve their communities and brighten lives. There have been three ultimate winners since the project was initiated.

 MTN Heroes of Change has won several awards. The project was adjudged 2016 IPR Best Community Relations Programme of the Year and was also awarded CSR Program of the Year 2015 by the Head of State Awards (HoSA) Scheme.

 by Selassie Yao (Farmhouse Productions)

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. ERNESTINA APIIGA

    I LOVE FATHER FOR HIS SELFLESS EFFORT FOR HIS COMMUNITY AND GHANA AS A WHOLE TO
    HE IS MORE THAN QUALIFIED TO BE AWARDED

  2. APIIGA REBECCA

    rev. fr . Akologo Dominic A A has helped so many communities in farming by educating them on good agronomical practices to get good yield .
    He is indeed deserve to be best man for mtn heroes of change

  3. Millicent Enyonam

    Great work.

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