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TESCON honours YEA boss

Author: Kwadwo Baffoe Donkor
UG Kumasi campus Local TESCON president Emmanuel Boakye Yiadom presenting the plaque to Justin Kodua Frimpong (L)
UG Kumasi campus Local TESCON president Emmanuel Boakye Yiadom presenting the plaque to Justin Kodua Frimpong (L)

The Chief Executive of the Youth Employment Agency (YEA), Mr Justin Koduah Frimpong has been honoured by the Tertiary Students Confederacy of the New Patriotic Party (TESCON) for his immense contribution to the group.

The TESCON group on the Kumasi campus branch of the University of Ghana presented a plaque which was in recognition for his leadership style and his love for the youth of the party in particular and of the country as a whole.

The Local TESCON president, Mr Emmanuel Boakye Yiadom, who presented the plaque to Mr Frimpong at his office in Accra and commended him for his role in the last general elections which ensured victory for the party.

He said devotion to work was worth emulating and as a form of encouragement, the chapter decided to honour him with the citation in the form of plaque.

Mr Justin Kodua Frimpong was the Ashanti Regional Youth Organiser during the last general election and relinquished that position when he was made the CEO of YEA.

Mr Frimpong in a response was grateful to the group for the honour and urged them to continue to give of their best for the country.


He stressed the need for the youth to embrace the modules under the agency’s programmes and to contribute their quota to the national development.

He advised the youth to desist from politics of insults and smear campaign as it did not augur well for the country and not a good example for others to follow.

He promised to always be at the disposal of TESCON and asked them to call on him anytime they needed his assistance.

Mr Frimpong appealed to the members to work to increase their numbers in their various campuses.

 

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