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!