- Fareed Agyakwah, a Ghanaian poet, has been appointed as an honorary member and first African ambassador of Union Mundial de Mujeres Americana (UMMA)
- The organisation was set up by a former CNN and VOA official known as Alba Grismado
- The attention of Fareed was caught by the UMMA after he earlier participated in a conference together with some journalists and musicians from Argentina, Spain, Elsewhere Salvador, Cuba and Italy, among others
A Ghanaian poet named Fareed Agyakwah has become an honorary member and the first African ambassador of a union set by a former CNN and VOA official.
Information obtained directly by Briefly.co.za from the hardworking creative indicates that the organisation is called Union Mundial de Mujeres Americana and the title conferred on him is "Miembro de Honor".
This organisation was set up by the former CNN and VOA official known as Alba Grismado, who also doubles as the founder and president of the UMMA.
It is said that the choice of Agyakwah, the Ghanaian poet as Africa’s first ambassador and an honorary member of the union comes after careful scrutiny of his background, contribution to literature and humanity.
Agyakwah caught the attention of the union after his earlier participation in this year's election Salvador conference together with some journalists and musicians from Argentina, Spain, Elsewhere Salvador, Cuba, Italy and more.
UMMA is committed to empowering women, children and the vulnerable through life-transforming interventions that seek to bring the same select group the sense of self-respect, worth, financial independence, inner peace, love and joy.
In similar Briefly.co.za news, an 11-year-old girl identified as Emmanuella Mayaki has built an ICT academy in Abuja to train other kids. The commissioning of Emma ICT Academy-CodeKid was attended by a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu and his wife, Professor Idia Ize-Iyamu.
Professor Idia, who made the disclosure on her Twitter page, said the young girl is a guru in ICT who intends to transfer her knowledge to other kids. The young girl is the daughter of John Mayaki, the founder of Coalition for Good Governance and Economic Justice in Africa.
Professor Idia wrote:
"My husband, @PastorIzeIyamu & I attended the official opening of Emma ICT Academy-CodeKid, in Abuja. Emma ICT Academy is set up by 11yrs old Emmanuella Mayaki, daughter of prolific writer, @_johnmayaki, who is an ICT guru. She intends to transfer her ICT knowledge to other kids."
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