Queen Elizabeth Honours Three Young Ghanaians

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Elijah Amoo Addo, Winnifred Selby and Efua Asibon

Whilst Moesha Boduong is enjoying Instagram likes from showing so much skin, her fellow age mates – Elijah Amoo Addo, Winnifred Selby, and Efua Asibon have been awarded by Queen Elizabeth for their outstanding contribution and impact on their communities.
The three among other 60 recipients received the award at an august ceremony that was held at the Buckingham Palace to honour them as exceptional young leaders across the Commonwealth Countries.

The winners who were selected within the age range of 18 – 29 were presented with medals by the Queen. Prince Harry was among the British Royal Family that was present for the occasion and he gave a keynote speech full of praise for the awardees.

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The recipients of the Queen’s Young Leaders Award also received mentoring and training from the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Continuing Education in the UK – StarrFmOnline reported.
In 2016, Paul-Miki Akpablie was the only Ghanaian to receive this Honorary award, making this year’s increase laudable.


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