The 4th edition of the National Students Awards which was held at Knutsford University saw the gallant NPP Youth Wing Patron Emmanuel Effah, popularly known as Chairman Effah receive the Noble Change Ambassador award for his passion and significant contribution to education and educational development in Ghana.
His award was received on his behalf by a member of the ruling NPP communication team and a PhD candidate in Governance, Kwabena Berma Pobi.
Chairman Effah is known to have championed educational welfare of the youth since 2012 till date, many of the youth within the Akuffo-Addo administration occupying various positions cannot count their success without attributing it to his enormous contributions.
The awards which was themed “One year of free SHS, A blessing or an albatross” was held on Saturday, November 17, 2018 also had personalities such as:
H.E Mohammed Farahat (Ambassador of Morocco), John Kwamena Essel ( Chancellor KNUTSFORD University) and Mrs. Nana Ama Twumasi receive awards for their various contributions to society
Former Electoral Commissioner for Ghana, Dr. Afari Gyan received a noble ambassador award for change in our electoral commission and the developments in student elections and Minister for Eductaion, Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh received same award for reforms in our educational system and contributing to the free senior high school and the double track system.
The National Students Awards (NSA) ceremony is an initiative from the joint efforts of all National Student Groups in Ghana that covers from basic to tertiary education and it includes Ghanaian students abroad and foreign students in Ghana.