Hon. Linda Akweley Ocloo, Member of Parliament (MP) for Shai-Osudoku Constituency, in the Greater Accra Region has been conferred top legislator award at this year’s Seventh Feminine Ghana Achievement Awards.
The MP was awarded for her outstanding contribution as a top legislator towards women empowerment in the country.
Among her category is the South African High Commissioner, H.E Janet Grace Mason, Columbia Ambassador, HE Claudia Tur-Bay Quintero; Prof (Mrs) Goski Alabi, President of The Laweh University College; Dr. Elsie Effah Kaufmann, Senoir Lecturer and founding member of the Department of Biomedical Engineering, UG (NSMQ fame) and Nana Serwaa Bonso, Queenmother of Kaye‐Ofinso in the Ashanti Region.
In an interview with Hon. Linda Ocloo, she dedicated the award to the good people of Shai-Osudoku and women in general.
Hon. Ocloo said she is excited for the recognition and promised to work harder than before to empower women in and outside Ghana to spearhead development in the country.
The event which came off at the Marriot Hotel, Accra Airport-City, on Friday, May 28, 2021 saw over one hundred (100) influential public and private organizations and top dignitaries participating.
The Feminine Ghana Achievement Awards scheme has been established to identify, publicly recognize and reward women whose personal and professional conduct have been exemplary and whose achievements have been outstanding. The awards seek to publicly recognize women in Ghana who have achieved outstanding accomplishments in various forms of endeavor across both the public and private sectors, such as entrepreneurs, professionals, corporate executives, public institutional managers, diplomats, sportswomen and traditional rulers.