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Our Impact Stories
Part III


In the Central Leadership Program, we place great importance on making an impact. We consistently encourage our fellows and Beacons of Excellence (alums) to become trailblazers, forging new paths and striving to create a better society
. During the recent months in the Central Leadership Program, we have experienced remarkable moments - moments of great victory and moments of great loss also. In this report we give you a glimpse of the exciting projects and achievements of our BOEs and Fellows. Sadly, we also celebrate the life of a beloved member of our community who has passed on to be with the Lord.
Through it all, we acknowledge and thank God for His blessings, and we express our heartfelt gratitude to all of you for your amazing support. In this report, we will share incredible stories from our CLP journey and attached are inspiring stories and pictures showcasing the achievements of our Beacons of Excellence and Fellows. Enjoy reading!

Double Induction Ceremony

What an unforgettable evening it was! On Friday, June 9th, 2023 at the Open Heavens Temple, Cohort 4 fellows were formally inducted as Beacons of Excellence, while Cohort 5 fellows were welcomed as the newest fellows of the Central Leadership Program. The guest speaker for the evening was Mr. Kofi Duodu Asomaning.
Elorm Awuye and Esther Doku were adjudged the Overall Best Fellows for their cohort while 5 other BOEs also received awards. The fellows were each presented learning packs. We thank our partners and sponsors for thier support. To watch highlights, please visit our instagram, facebook, linkedIn or YouTube page.

Acknowledgment Of Sponsors:
Prize Sponsors:
Rev. Alexander Botchway
Rev. William Owiredu
Rev. Prof. Daniel Inkoom
Rev. Kwame Amoakohene
Rev. Michael Aseidu-Antwi
Mr. Michael Ohene-Effah
Mr. Charles Vandyck
Mrs. Gina Fiagbenu

Mrs. Petra Aba Asamoah
Mr. Kenneth Igiri
Mrs. Amma Ansah
ICGC Possibility Temple, Dansoman ICGC The New Wine Temple, East Legon ICGC Prayer Temple, North Legon Springboard Roadshow Foundation

Sponsors for Cohort 5 Learning Pack:
Rev. Kofi Okyere
Prof. Bill Buenar Puplampu
Prof. George Amoako
Min. Joseph Biney-Aidoo
Mr. Odartey Blankson
Mr. and Mrs. Bunyan
The Ohene-Effah Family
The Yeboah Family
Adjetey and Elom Anang

Mr. Bubune Sokpor
Burning Bush Global
Kabila Community
ICGC Emefs Assembly, Mataheko-Afienya ICGC Living Temple, Pankrono
ICGC Trinity Temple, Kumasi
Other Sponsors:
ICGC Holy Ghost Temple
Rev. Eric Ampofo

Sponsors for Cohort 4 Rev. Morris Appiah
Rev. Priscilla Nketia
Rev. Jean-Carl Ainoo
Dr. Albert B. Rockson III
Mr. Roderick Quansah
Mrs. Lucy Yamson
Michael and Laura Nyarko - Ampem
ICGC Destiny Temple, Kwashieman
ICGC Faith Temple, Ofankor
ICGC Glorious Temple, Nungua
ICGC Joy Temple, Ashalley Botwe
ICGC The Harvest Temple, Sunyani
ICGC Watered Garden Temple, Takoradi

Guest Speaker Series

In the month of May and June, we had the pleasure of hosting remarkable individuals as part of our Guest Speaker Series. The Guest speakers were Mr. Edem Senanu from Advocates for Christ in Ghana and Mr. Benjamin John from Christian Concern in the UK. In May, Mr. Senanu spoke on the importance of upholding the pillars of society.

Mr. Benjamin John gave a vivid perspective on the state of society in the United Kingdom. These presentations have challenged the Fellows of cohort 5 to be more intentional about being responsible for upholding the pillars of our society. Other speakers scheduled to meet fellows in the months to come will cover the pillars of business, politics, science and entertainment..

In the month of July, Rev. Emmanuel Osae-Addo and Rev. Edwin Adjei provided thought-provoking ideas on traditional governance.. The theme for this engagement was, why and how Christians should seek to influence the pillar of culture and traditional governance. The Guest Speaker Rev. Osae-Addo challenged Christians to appreciate their cultural heritage but also actively bring change to traditional rulership..

A Taste Of CLP At Legon

A "Taste of CLP" provides individuals with a glimpse into the Central Leadership Program experience. We had an inspiring time at the University of Ghana with about 40 participants. Mrs. Ewurama Bennin, our facilitator for the session, led participants through activities that helped participants appreciate the true size of the African continent in terms of land mass and population.

These ideas helped to debunk some erroneous ideas about the significance of the continent. There was also a discussion on the need for young people to take an active interest in the state of Africa and support its development. Beacons of Excellence were present to share their personal CLP experience and to answer questions.

CLP Mentoring Program

To begin this year's mentoring program there was a session for mentors with Mr. Michael Ohene-Effah on Starting A Mentoring Relationship. Special thanks to our mentor relations volunteers, BOE Kove Dickson, BOE Joyous Ocran, BOE Grace Osei and BOE Baaba Bondzi.

M r. Michael Ohene-Effah

CLP Cohort 5 Mentors
Dr. Anita Adade-Boateng
Ps. Obed Jim-Annan
Mrs. Eyram Gyimah
Prof. Irene Kretchy
Mrs. Amma Ansah
Mr. Onyema Michael Ajunam
Mr. Robert Yakohene
Mrs. Hannah Araba Opoku - Gyamfi
Mr. Nana Yaw Opoku - Gyamfi
Dr. Michael Gyau Odame

Mrs. Edith Ama Ansomaa Asmah
Mrs. Mimi Anane-Appiah
Mr. Emmanuel Osafo
Dr. Henry Martin
Mr. Kenneth Igiri
Mr. Prosper Afetsi
Dr. Afua Boatemaa Yakohene
Dr. Ruth Owusu-Antwi
Rev. Edward Ribeirio

Ms. Akua Ampah
Mrs. Sena Owusu-Gibson
Ps. Jacob Kwame Opata
Mr. Richmond Akwaboah
Dr. Rebecca Love Quagraine
Mr. Michael Owusu Dwaah Boakye
Mr. Alex Baah Inkoom
Dr. Maxwell Amo
Mrs. Joy Bonsu Schmutz
Mrs. Petra Aba Asamoah

Valuable Partnerships

Collaboration with Konnect World
The Central Leadership Program is piloting the use of a mentoring software provided by Konnekt World. It is hoped that this collaboration will improve the structure of the mentoring interactions and make it easier for our fellows and mentors to be paired .

Support from IT Consortium IT Consortium has played a pivotal role in supporting our fellows' learning journey. They have donated 10 learning packs to CLP and made our fundraising easier with the help of a CLP account on the Chango app. We are truly thankful for their tremendous support.

Beacons Of Excellence Impact


Team AQUA POWER is a Social Impact Project group made up of Fellows Nana Ama Ennuson (ICGC Transformation Temple), Steven Monney, (ICGC Joy Temple Kaneshie ) Marjorie Sarpong (ICGC Holy Ghost Temple), Belinda Doh (ICGC Gateway Sanctuary Temple) and Vanessa Akuffo (ICGC Holy Ghost Temple). The first phase of the Wash Project has been successfully completed. The team reached about 120 Junior High School Students with the message of sanitation and personal hygiene. They also donated sanitation supplies including liquid soap, hand sanitiser, clothing softener and bleach to the Prampram D/A Basic School. This project was based on SDG 6 (Clean Water and Sanitation). Special thanks to Dr. Pearl Esenam Dumenu (SIP Mentor, Team AQUA POWER). For more highlights please check our instagram, twitter, facebook,

We had our first CLP Twitter space discussion, featuring Mrs. Petra Aba Asamoah, Ama Odamea Amoako, and BOE Joyous Ocran. They had an interesting and informative discussion about career development opportunities. There were approximately 250 participants for this session, and we look forward to your presence at our next event. For highlights, please visit our LinkedIn.

Yesterday’s Cv Vrs. Today’s Demands

Our Alumni network has been on a roll with an online Leadership Series that seeks to equip our audience with relevant skills in today's society.

This first event online covered effective branding for social media platforms and also gave comprehensive guidelines on CV writing. BOE Odamea Amoako, BOE Joshua Wordey, BOE Naa Koshie Mills , BOE Joyous Ocran played pivotal roles in hosting this online event. This event had approximately 50 individuals logged on for the session.

Beacons Of Excellence Impact

Driven by determination, Odamea Amoako, a Beacon of Excellence from Cohort 1, is constantly inspiring young people to be better versions of themselves. Amma has recently published her debut e-book, titled "The Branding Advantage". With a strong background in Digital Marketing, she uses social media as a tool for impact and helping brands grow online..

To access the book kindly click on the link here: https://bit.ly/3Q2y0fQ
Odamea Amoako
ohort 1,
ICGC Testimony Temple, Kanda

After being inspired by the Leadership In Africa forum they hosted together in CLP, Benjamin Asiaw and Afua Ansah (both from chorhort 4) have gone a step further to give back to society by starting the LEAD AFRICA HUB. They have partnered with one another to help change the narrative of Africa in the minds of other young people like themselves. They use this as an opportunity to share the knowledge they have acquired from CLP. lso, BOE Benjamin Asiaw has also been training young people in public speaking.

After being inspired by the Leadership In Africa forum they hosted together in CLP, Benjamin Asiaw and Afua Ansah (both from chorhort 4) have gone a step further to give back to society by starting the LEAD AFRICA HUB. They have partnered with one another to help change the narrative of Africa in the minds of other young people like themselves. They use this as an opportunity to share the knowledge they have acquired from CLP. lso, BOE Benjamin Asiaw has also been training young people in public speaking.

BOE Joyce Arthur from Cohort 3 through the Jarab Foundation volunteered to raise awareness about menstrual hygiene among 300 young girls in the Central Region.

They also donated some packs of sanitary towels to the young girls present. Kindly follow the JARAB Foundation on LinkedIn for more updates from Joyce Arthur.

A Beacon Of Excellence Goes Home

On the 18th of June , 2023 the Central Leadership Program lost Alberta Oduraa Quartey who was from the first cohort. At the time of her passing she was pursuing her PhD studies at Clemson University in the United States of America.
In her honor and to help the CLP community through the grieving process, there was an online session to celebrate her life on the 21st of June 2023.
The online meeting had over 100 attendees and has been viewed on YouTube by over 11,000 viewers. The Central Leadership Program also dedicated a week to posting about her life and impact. Kindly click here to view the posts.

Oduraa was a gem and she made her leadership felt in many ways. At the induction ceremony, she gave a speech on behalf of her cohort. As a fellow of the Central Leadership Program, she worked with her team to complete the walls of the Yayaso DA Primary School in Ejisu. At graduation, she was awarded the prize for being the best Voice Note Contributor. In her home church, Calvary Temple, she was a part of the choir and a Peer Leader at the Teen Chapel. As a student, she was the Financial Secretary and Music Ministry Head for the New Breed New Wine Choir. For her National service, she served as a research and teaching assistant at the Department of Telecommunications Engineering at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Whiles doing her National Service, she was also part of the choir at Eagle's Temple in Kumasi. On social media, Oduraa supported others on their academic journeys and had over 1.7 K followers..
Oduraa will be sorely missed by the CLP community but we are confident that she is with the Lord and we will meet her again in glory. In Ghana, She is survived by her Mother Jumoke Lafenwa and her sister Laura Aba Quartey.


Coming Up!

BOE CAMP is scheduled for September of this year at Gomoa Wonderland. We see this as an excellent opportunity for our alumni network to gather for a retreat and deepen their passion for leadership. A diverse group of faculty members will be present during this event to steer great onversations.
As we celebrate our 5th Anniversary, we've included the following activities :
Real-life Leadership Conversations
The Battle of the Cohorts
Cooking Face Off
Networking sessions
Guest Speaker Interactions

This camp is a paid program priced at 350 cedis per participant. If you would like to support a participant to attend this camp and gain with enhanced skills and energy to contribute to societal development, kindly click here to make a donation. Thank you for your support
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