Zynnell Lydia Zuh Appointed As Child Poverty Ambassador In Africa


Zynnell Lydia Zuh, Actress/Producer and CEO of 5 Star Pictures has been appointed as a Child Poverty Ambassador for the United Against Child Poverty Campaign in Africa, among other eminent personalities. Miss Zynnell was commissioned by Her Honour Mrs. Rita Agyemang Budu, representing Her Ladyship Mrs. Georgina Wood, the Chief Justice of the Republic of Ghana.

The official commissioning took place at the just ended fifth edition of the African Humanitarian Campaigner, Total Emancipation 2014-United Against Child Poverty held at the World Trade Centre, Accra and was under the theme, “The Effects of Child Poverty on the Socio-Economic Development of the African Continent”.

The United Against Child Poverty is Continental, Joint Partnership Approach by African Rights Initiative International(ARII) in association with its international partners; Atlantic Trust Holding Limited and Atlantic Holdings Dubai; involving Governments, Private sector, civil society organizations, faith groups, media, single individuals and Inter-agency Collaboration to address the major sensitive issues affecting the pride and dignity of the African Child.

The United Against Child Poverty Campaign has a simple goal; to prevent the needless suffering and avertable death of children in the African Continent and beyond and provide the tools and resources needed for their total development.

Zynnel Lydia Zuh’s dream of building a better world for children is seen in her selfless commitment to ending child poverty in Africa working with African Rights Initiative International to ensure that children have a place to turn to for the assistance they need so badly. As a Child Poverty Ambassador for Africa, she advocates for a more consented efforts by all stakeholders to invest qualitatively in children and help break the circle of poverty hanging on the neck of millions of children, especially, sub of the Sahara, many of whom die before they are five.

Zynnell believes that the future of every country depends to a large extent on how it treats its vulnerable people, especially children. As an early childhood development Advocates Zynnel unites the celebrity and the corporate world to stand against child poverty in Africa.

In her response, Miss. Zynnel Lydia Zuh, said her passion is to see children rescued from all forms of dangers that work largely against the future development of children “Child poverty has serious developmental consequences that cannot be unheeded to. But if we do, we do so at our own risk as a society”

The well attended International humanitarian eventunder the distinguished chairmanship of Mr. Alex Asiedu, Chairman-Atlantic Trust Holding Limited and Atlantic Holdings of Dubai had Professor Joshua Alarbi, Vice Chancellor for University for Professional Studies and Board Chairman for Social Security and National Insurance Trust ( SNIIT) and Her Honour Mrs. AgyemangBudu, representing Her Ladyship Mrs. Georgina Wood, Chief Justice of the republic of Ghana, as the Guests of Honour.

Also in attendance were Mr. James NtimAmponsah (Deputy Controller and Accountant General-(ICTM), Republic of Ghana, Mrs. MawuenaTrebarh, CEO of Ghana Investment Promotions Council, Professor Mrs. Alarbi, Professor John Amuasi, For Chairman of Ghana Atomic Energy Commission, Dr. Bryan Cox, CEO of The Spinal Clinic & Chiropractic Around, Ministers of State, other state officials, Celebrities, Representatives of the UN System, Board members, ARII Foreign Representatives, Media and many more.

Miss Zynnell will be working with other personalities in frontline to build a better world for children, especially in Africa. The eminent personalities include; Mrs. MawuenaTrebarh-CEO of Ghana Investment Promotions Centre, Mr. Emmanuel Dei-Tumi-CEO of the Future Leaders Group, Rev. Prof. Edwin M. Korley, Ghana’s Representative to the Universal Peace Federation of the UN and Mr. Benny FiifiAshun, Head of Sales and Distribution-Ghacem. They work to ensure that every child has access to emergency healthcare, education, and life essentials that make the quality of life.

Her Honour, Mrs. Rita Agyemang Budu, Representing the Chief Justice of Ghana at Swearing in Ceremony.

Advising the Ambassadors after the commissioning, Her Honour Mrs. AgyemangBudu said nations are built by selfless individuals who put their nations first before the individuals’ interesting needs and encouraged them to stand out in their chosen service to the African people.

ARII is dedicated to reducing the impact of poverty on children and families in Africa

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