MR EBENEZER Akuaku, the Chief Executive Director of the Key Advertising Agency (KAA) has said the celebration of Ghanaian women for their immense contribution to the country's development over the past 50 years, should be given a special place in the [email protected] celebrations.
He told the Ghana News Agency that it was no secret that over the past 50 years, Ghanaian women had been relentless and committed to ensuring peace, progress and sustainable development of Ghana, playing painstaking roles in various capacities, at various levels and positions of office.
“In acknowledgement of the role of Ghanaian women in our society, KAA has introduced the Median National Women Excellence Awards 2007 (MNWEA), under the theme, “Well done Mother Ghana,” he said.
Mr. Akuaku said the award scheme would recognise and reward women achievers in the country's political, economic, social, religious and traditional sectors, adding that the scheme would be given exposure in the local and international media.
He noted that the objective of the scheme would also honour women who have excelled in their profession, with the view to inspire younger women to achieve higher goals.
“The awards will be in three categories, namely Personal achievers award, Special honours award and Recognition award”, he said. GNA