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Crime Check TV Recognized By The Humanitarian Award Ghana In Their Efforts In Fighting for Prisoners

Humanitarian Awards Ghana a non government organization whose sole mission is to recognize and Award extraordinary individuals and groups who are positively impacting the lives of people, nature and society in Ghana.

The Awards is to identify, honor and celebrate a cross-section of the nation’s most influential and accomplished businesses doing humanitarian works and leaders from a wide range of industries who are committed to improving lives and preserving the environment through their work and businesses.

They believe that in putting the spotlight on these humanitarian efforts, it will not only celebrate them but help build a strong platform for them by giving voice and opportunities to the next generation of industry pacesetters while building a positive attitude.

They have seen outstanding individuals and companies of trailblazers striving hard with dedication and perseverance by overcoming challenges and economic instability to impact lives and sustain the environment. These are the people or business we want to award.

Its in this regard Crime Check Tv A television channel dedicated to the fight against crime, owned by Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng the channel seeks to brings prison conditions into the public domain through regular interaction with prisoners inside prison cells, and also support them in various ways.

They were recognized by the Humanitarian Awards Ghana for their contributions to the humanitarian deeds towards inmates in Ghanaian prisons. Ibrahim believes everyone deserves a fair hearing and his or human rights be respected thus pushing him to start Crime Check Tv to help inmates.

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