Is Savana Signatures Truly One Of Ghana's Most Impactful NGOs?
Is Savana Signatures one of Ghana's most effective NGOs? As someone lucky enough to have seen its rise from humble beginnings, from its Tamale HQ base, to the world-class charitable organisation that it now is, the answer simply is: Yes, it is, indeed. For sure. No question. Cool.
As it happens, it is precisely for that reason that some of us pray, daily, that they successfully spread their good-works-footprint, nationwide. The less privileged, amongst our younger generations, need such social impact NGOs.
Savana Signatures' youth empowerment programmes, are really incredibly useful, especially for aspirational rural youth, in Ghana's base-of-the-pyramid-demographic, seeking to bootstrap their way out of the poverty trap. Cool.
Naturally, as a commited Pan-Africanist, one also prays that Savana Signatures spreads its good-works-footprint, further afield, across West Africa - beginning with the Gambia and Guinea Bissau: partnering the newly-established but ambitious Amilcar Cabral Foundation (established by Amilcar Cabral's nephew, Jose Corrante Cabral) to do so: in both those sister nations, successfuly. Cool.
Above all, one says kudos to Savana Signatures' dynamic and visionary founder, Mr. Steven Agbenyo - and, to all the members of his dedicated and hardworking team. Cool.
Finally, one hopes that 2021, will be the year, in which Savana Signatures impacts Gomoa Buduburam successfully - by partnering the Bushira Makiyu Foundaton, and Gomoa Buduburam's Nkrumahist and Pan-Africanist traditional ruler, Nana Kwaw Bediako, and his wise Council of Elders, to do so. In light of all the above, the question to ponder over is: Is Savana Signatures truly one of Ghana's most impactful NGOs? In one's humble view, it most definitely is, aampaaa, oooo, Ghanafuo. Cool. Savana Sigatures, y3 ma mu, ayeekoooo, ooooo!
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