This year’s Ghanaian-Canadian Achievement Awards, the 11th edition, was held in Toronto. Nsuta Omanhene Nana Adu Agyei Bonsafo III attended the glittering celebration of excellence where outstanding individuals were honored.
The event took place at the plush Claireport Place Banquet and Convention Center, Etobicoke in Toronto.
Nana Adu Agyei Bonsafo III and his entourage made up of local traditional chiefs, queens and elders added color to the event.
Speaking at the occasion, Nana urged Ghanaians to educate their children very well and be law abiding citizens as we are ambassadors of Ghana. He also lauded the honor given to the achievers as a positive one.
The Nsuta Omanhene was in Toronto at the invitation of the Nsutaman Association of Toronto to officiate at the fundraising in aid of Nsuta Community Center. The fundraising dinner dance was held at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall. Tepamanhene Nana Adusei Atwenewa Ampem, Nana Anokye Bresiamah, Toronto Asantefuohene, Nana Opoku Agyeman Bawuah III, Adwaasehene, Kumasi and other chiefs and queens were all on hand to support the fundraising.
A send off party was held at the banquet hall of the Church of Pentecost to honor Nana Adu Agyei Bonsafo III.
The Ghanaian Community Awards night was instituted to recognize and honor individual Ghanaian-Canadians and groups who have excelled or achieved honors in their fields of endeavor.
The event recognized individual professionals, business persons, academics, youth, community members -spirited persons, sportsmen/women, entertainers, cultural promotions, gospel music exponents who have made significant contributions to the community as well as the Canadian society as a whole. Special awards was also given to non-Ghanaians, who have helped the community immensely.