Oseadeeyo Nana Kumi Kodie I awarded for philanthropic works towards Women Empowerment

Oseadeeyo Nana Kumi Kodie I awarded for philanthropic works towards women empowerment
Oseadeeyo Nana Kumi Kodie I, Nkosuohene of Akyem Osiem and founder and executive chairman of Dadaba awarded at GOWA

Oseadeeyo Nana Kumi Kodie I, Nkosuohene of Akyem Osiem, joined GOWA’s list of honorees for his devotion towards women empowerment and philanthropic works in aiding an easy life for women.

GOWA – Ghana Outstanding Women Awards – is an annual event to show appreciation to various personalities in society impacting others in their small ways.

The 2021 edition of GOWA saw Oseadeeyo Nana Kumi Kodie I, Nkosuohene of Akyem Osiem and founder and executive chairman of Dadaba Group, awarded a Special Charity Award at the year.

Receiving his award plaque and citation, Oseadeeyo Nana Kumi Kodie I said: “A successful man is not about having cars, lavish houses and making merry every time. A successful man is a person who uses a little God-gifted wealth to impact society for a better tomorrow. I will keep up my good work in society and keep focused on my life. God bless you.”

Oseadeeyo Nana Kumi Kodie I, through his non-government organization Dadaba Foundation established in 2019, has provided essential life support to the less privileged in society.

Oseadeeyo Nana Kumi Kodie I is passionate about touching lives and hosting regular events to support orphans and widows aged 60 and above.

Oseadeeyo Nana Kumi Kodie I is known in private life as Mr Dennis Kumi Appiah and currently holds a Bachelor’s degree of science in administration.

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