Police officer Lance Corporal Agbeko grabs another humanitarian award

A police officer with the Greater Accra Regional Police Command, Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko noted for fixing damaged street lights and desilting choked gutters has received another humanitarian award for his good service in the country.

Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko

The policeman was awarded by the Humanitarian Global Awards as the Best Civil Servant of the year 2021.

He also runs a non-governmental organisation known as the Angelic Eyes Home of the Needy that helps orphans in Ghana.

Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko has been helping the poor and less privileged in the country.

Over the years, the police officer known for his humanitarian works has paid the bills for some nursing mothers at the Korle Bu Teaching hospital, donated wheelchairs, crutches, walking sticks to the visually impaired, the physically challenged on the street, and also footed the bill for some beneficiaries of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS).

The young police officer also embarked on charity works when he repaired a broken traffic light, constructed a concrete slab to fix on a gutter in Accra, filled potholes on the N1 highway to avert accidents.

In August, he was awarded as the 'Most Influential Youth in Community development' and the 'Outstanding Youth Foundation of the year 2021'.

The honour is indicative of one who has demonstrated leadership skills and made difference in society.

Lance Corporal Agbeko has shown that he's a citizen and a true patriot in Ghana.


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