PIX: Bishop Harrison Amoateng, Principal of Crio International Bible College presenting a citation and doctorate honours to Evans Kofi Kwafo, CEO and Philanthropist at the EKK Foundation at a ceremony in Kumasi
THE UNITED States based Bible College, Crio International, has conferred Doctorate honours on the Chief Executive Officer for the EKK Foundation, Evans Kofi Kwafo.
The CEO was honoured for showing profuse kindness to the less privileged in the society.
In a citation signed by the Principal of the College, Bishop Harrison Amoateng and presented to the awardee on Saturday at the 15th Crio International graduation and ordination ceremony in Kumasi, the statement said the EKK Foundation CEO has demonstrated great kindness to the poor in the society.
The Principal noted that even during COVID-19 when all persons and companies were running low in business, Mr Kwafo gave to the poor including children at destitute institutions and homes.
Crio International noted that the EKK CEO does not hold back support to those who call on him.
This, the citation noted, has been an observation they had carried on Mr Kwafo for some years now.
With his regular visits to children homes and donations to the less privileged, Crio International finds Mr Kwafo a complete humanitarian.
The Bible College therefore wished Mr Kwafo well in his endeavours and prayed that others learn from him.
Speaking to this reporter, Mr. Kwafo said he was happy with the honour done him and his Foundation.
He noted that this will spur him on to do more to ensure a larger people benefit from his generous giving acts.
Mr Kwafo thanked Crio International for recognising his modest contribution to the poor and promised to do more to support others that may need same.
“I bless God for enabling me to help others to smile and knowing how I went through hard times in life I pray God grants me opportunity to do more than what I have been doing so that the poor and under-privileged could be reached with support all year round”, Mr Kwafo stated.
Present at the elaborate ceremony were well wishers, pastors and members of the EKK Foundation.
By Michael Ofosu-Afriyie