Rt. HON. ALBAN S.K BAGBIN RECEIVES LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENTS AWARD AT G.O.D., SWITZERLAND.

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The Member of Parliament for the Nadowli/Kaleo Constituency and Second Deputy Speaker of Ghana’s Parliament, the Rt. Hon. Alban S.K Bagbin, on Friday 12th July, 2019, joined other award winning dignitories at the 7th Global Order of Dignitaries and Philanthropists (G.O.D) Awards in Geneva Switzerland. Dr Bagbin received the well deserved and unanimously conferred *Lifetime Achievement Award as Legislator of Africa*.

Dr. Bagbin shared the noble platform with other highly distinguished personalities across the globe such as H.R.H. Prince Mohammed BIN Fahad Bin Abdulaziz AL Saud of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, His Majesty Otumfuo Nana Osei TUTU II, King of Ashanti, the 3rd President of Republic of Croatia HH.E.Ivo Josipovic, the Former President of Ecuador, H.E. Rosalia Arteaga, H.H. Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed ALNEYAHAN, Top Fortune 500 Company CEOs, among others.

The citation for Dr Bagbin reads:
“Honorable Bagbin, you are no stranger in creating opportunities and helping
the forgotten and underprivileged. As the Second Deputy Speaker of the Parliament
Of Ghana, your compassion and humility reverberates as the voice of those that are
weary and hopeful. You made sure the less fortunate children and youth were not
alone in their fight. There is no accolade in this world worthy of giving to such an altruistic person. Your tireless work that you have made thus far in Africa is an example that all humans must follow, for the sake of humanity and continuity.”
Shortly after the Nadowli/Kaleo legislator received the award his constituents could not hide their joy.
“Congratulations, Rt. Hon. Alban S.K Bagbin. We the constituents of Nadowli/Kaleo are very proud of you. You have always sent our humble constituency far. You have successfully built a great legacy for us to defend”, a constituency executive remarked.
The right Honourable 2nd deputy speaker has since returned to Ghana.

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