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EKK Charity Foundation CEO Honoured

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Philanthropist and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of EKK Foundation, an organization established with the motive of helping orphans and the the needy has been honored with a Doctorate by the Crio Bible College during it’s 15th Graduation and Ordination at the University of Cape Coast-Kumasi Campus for his good works.

Speaking to the media after honored, Dr Evans Kofi Kwafo said he’s going to double his steps by helping 10,000 people if he was helping 5000 previously and he’s sure he will be one day recognized internationally.

He admonished the well to do in our society to do same but not to consider getting it in abundance before remembering the orphans, needy among others.

Principal of Crio Bible College, Bishop David Harrison Amoateng on his part says, we should appreciate the good things people do, although, we can sometimes criticize them but it should be constructively.

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EKK Charity Foundation CEO Honoured

225

Philanthropist and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of EKK Foundation, an organization established with the motive of helping orphans and the the needy has been honored with a Doctorate by the Crio Bible College during it’s 15th Graduation and Ordination at the University of Cape Coast-Kumasi Campus for his good works.

Speaking to the media after honored, Dr Evans Kofi Kwafo said he’s going to double his steps by helping 10,000 people if he was helping 5000 previously and he’s sure he will be one day recognized internationally.

He admonished the well to do in our society to do same but not to consider getting it in abundance before remembering the orphans, needy among others.

Principal of Crio Bible College, Bishop David Harrison Amoateng on his part says, we should appreciate the good things people do, although, we can sometimes criticize them but it should be constructively.