Breman Asikuam, (C\R), April 11, GNA - Mr
Enoch Kwadwo Kwakye, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Agonaman
International Company has lauded Apostle Kwadwo Sarfo, Founder and Leader of
Kristo Asafo Mission of Ghana for encouraging and empowering young graduates to
learn technical and vocational skills.
He also appealed to the powers that be to award him for committing huge economic resources into the manufacturing of cars and other electrical gadgets to enable the youth to become self-reliant.
Mr Kawkye made the commendation when he addressed members of the Asikuma branch of the Kristo Asafor Church at the fund raising harvest in aid of the new church building at Breman Asikuma in the Central region.
The Accra-based businessman said Apostle Sarfo, started as the proverbial bird and through hard work and determination he established factories to produce cars and other home appliances.
He said if the idea of Apostle Sarfo was supported by the state, it could reduce importation of certain cars outside the country.
The CEO said the private sector described by economists and other experts as the engine of growth needed more capital injection to ensure economic development.
Mr Kawkye hinted that apart from humanitarian services rendered by Apostle Sarfo to children and women who were vulnerable in society he had decided to assist graduates of Junior and senior High schools to acquire skills to become self-employed.
He appealed to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to support the efforts of Kristo Asafo leadership to help them to achieve their aims and objectives.
The CEO commended the Asikuman branch of the church for the high sense of direction to support girl-child education in the area which was also the top priority of the government under President Nana Akufo-Addo.
Reverend Light Asomaning, Pastor in-charge of the Asikuma branch of the church said part of the funds realised at the fund raising would also be earmarked to support girl-child education which was the priority of the church.
Rev Asomaning said the vision of the Kristo Asafo was to support promotion of technical and vocation education, adding that Breman Asikuma branch of the church would never depart from its goals of ensuring the realisation of goals of the Founder and Leader of the Church.