Leader and founder of Holy Covenant Health Care,Dr.Brown Osei- Kunadu Yiadom has won four awards at the just ended United Clergy International Worldwide Awards ceremony at the Osu Presbyterian Church Hall in Accra.
United Clergy International Worldwide Is one of the world’s most recognized organisations that researches into the activities of individuals in both private and government settings who are contributing enormously towards nation building.
This year’s Award ceremony which is the third(3rd) edition of the scheme seeks to award Ghanaians who have served their quota through the means of helping the needy in the society and national development. .
Dr.Brown Osei Kunadu Yiadom who is a Kumasi based philanthropist,health practitioner and also the founder of Blood and Genotype awareness Foundation was awarded for seriously taking upon himself to campaign on blood and genotype awareness across the country— especially in most churches and organizations .
In an interview with Hotfmonlinegh.comDr.Brown,revealed that, an amount between GHC10,000 and GHC 20, 000 Ghana cedis is invested yearly into importing foods and folic acids which are being supplied to children living with sickle cell throughout the country.
“Donations has been done in the various part of the country and just this year’s world sickle cell day,i used three days to celebrate it all in the name of donating at BOMSO in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana”,Dr.Brown noted
“This award came to me as a surprise since I never thought and knew that, such a huge world organisation will ever recognise my effort and award me for a well job done”. Dr Osei Brown added
Dr.Brown Osei also used the occasion to assure Ghanaians of his relentless efforts in maximizing the donations to the people living with sickle cell across the country— especially to those in the rural areas, since they are mostly affected.
Another deserving personality who was also awarded on the night was the former minister for energy and petroleum, Hon.Emmanuel Armah Kofi Boah, in the previous NDC administration led by ex-president John Dramani Mahama.