A Ghanaian by name Shadrack Osei Frimpong who is proud to call himself as a son of a charcoal seller and a peasant farmer has been honored by Queen Elizabeth II.

“#ButGod! Chale, the charcoal seller and peasant farmer’s son received an award from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth at the Buckingham Palace yesterday. And and his wife, Meghan were also present. Huge shout outs to my family as well as the entire Cocoa360 team, our board members, partners and everyone who supports us – you all are the real MVPs. Hats off to Jacob, Maxwell, Julian and Isaac for rallying behind what was then, to others, a “crazy idea”. To the wonderful people of my village, Tarkwa Breman and all the cocoa-farming communities our work impacts, this is for you. #ToGodBeTheGlory #StillWeRise.#Prov.22:29” — he shared on his Facebook wall.

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Master Frimpong is a past student of Akatakyie – Opoku Ware School.

Congrats to him!

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