Police officer Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko receives award for his humanitarian works in the country

Lance Corporal Simon Ekpeagba Agbeko, a Police officer with the Accra Regional Police Command has been commended by Humanitarian Awards Ghana for changing the lives of the physically challenged on the street in Accra and shown that he's a true citizen and a true patriot in the country.

Lance Corporal Simon Agbeko

The honor is indicative of one who has demonstrated leadership skills and made a difference in the community.

The award is given to those who personify the highest standards of service and character.

"I am honored and excited to have received this award. It really does mean a lot to get an award in honor of a man who was a visionary and had a dream," he told

The award was held on the theme "Celebrating Change Makers" recognize volunteer leaders, donors, organizations, philanthropists, corporations, and professionals in advancing the important work of charities each day.


"We honor and celebrate the incredible contributions of time, resources, leadership, and financial support made by organizations and individuals who inspire generosity and giving," organisers of the award said.

About Simon Agbeko

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

He is an officer who has taken upon himself to repair damaged state properties and help the needy and the poor.


The young police officer over the years 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, paid the bill of some mothers at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital as well footed the bill for some beneficiaries of the National Health Insurance scheme in Accra.

The charitable officer also donated to the poor and the needy in the country and the physically challenged in the country.

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