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Let’s celebrate legends whiles they are alive – James Arthur Darko

The National Chairman of Friends of Dr Kwaku Oteng, society- Ghana, Mr  James Arthur Darko has urged Ghanaians to celebrate the living legends before they pass on.

He said, Ghanaians don’t celebrate legends enough while they are alive hence the time has come to celebrate our legends who have chopped numerous success contributing to the drastic reduction of unemployment.

Mr James Arthur Darko,National Chairman of Friends of Dr Kwaku Oteng, society- Ghana

Speaking in a news conference during the official Launching of Friends of Dr Kwaku Oteng society- Ghana urged Ghanaian to honor and celebrate the living legends as they has set the good pace.

However, the director in charge of monitoring Mrs Abigail Owusu added that, the good work of Dr Kwaku Oteng in years ago has positively impacted lives of Ghanaian citizenry and business which he deserved to be honoured.
She described him as THE LIFE CHANGING LEGEND, with a new phenomenal to instill hope in many life have largely expand business creation among the youth and woman.

Mrs Abigail Owusu, Monitoring and Operations Friends of Dr Kwaku Oteng
Mrs Abigail Owusu said, the visionary nation builder Dr Kwaku Oteng who has become a father,a bread winner and counsellor to many, did not seek to apportion blame but instead took full responsibility for the age long problem and set out to address the youth unemployment deficit through sour sourcing job creation in his quest to support the country economy growth is worth to remember his life before death.

His goals was not to only to enrich himself or creating job to meet his his immediate family demand as a business man but to create more job to meet our ever increasing future generations, such a man needs to be celebrated,she added.

By : Simon Opoku Afriyie Otec fm/choicenewsonline.com

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