Hollard Ghana’s Group Chief Executive Officer (GCEO) Patience Akyianu has achieved continent-wide recognition because the African Female Business Leader of the Year on the just-ended 6th Invest in Africa Summit2021(digital) organized by the distinguished African Leadership Magazine.
The award ceremony was held as a spotlight of the 6th Invest in Africa Summit which was organized underneath the theme: Africa 4.0: Redefining Growth, Sustainability, and Innovation.
African Business Leadership Awards seeks to acknowledge and commend top-performing people for his or her selfless providers to nation-building. This meritorious awardrecognizesleading lights on the continent, contributing in the direction of altering the African narrative.
The choice course of ethics entails three steps, involving nomination, subsequent voting, and remaining screening by the editorial crew of the African Leadership Magazine.
Patience Akyianu emerged winner of theAfrican Female Business Leader of the Year class. Patience was acknowledged as an distinctive feminine chief, with unbelievable managerial abilities who regardless of stiff competitors in a male-dominated world, has proven resilience, braveness, and sagacity in constructing a worthy model.
Receiving the award, Patience Akyianu in her acceptance speech expressed profound gratitude to God, the advisory council, the editorial crew,and Dr Giami of the African Business Leadership Awards.
“I am so delighted to be honoured as the African Female Business Leader of the Year and I give all the glory to God from whom all blessings flow. I am completelystunned by the massive support I have received from across Africa, especially from Ghana during the voting process and I thank everyone for this overwhelming vote of confidence. It is clear to me that, I could not have emerged the winner of this prestigious award without the help and support of my family, friends, my church community, colleagues at Hollard Ghana, and the various networks I’m part of”.
“I, therefore,dedicate this award to my entire network and all the people who have contributed to making me who I am today. I’m very encouraged by this recognition and will continue to contribute my best to the financial services sector and the development of our continent. Together through hard work, we will create and secure a better future for all. Thank you for thisinternational honour,” she added.
According to Dr Giami, the Publisher of the African Leaders Magazine, the 2021 Africa Business Leadership Award (ABLA) celebrates grit, goal, and influence in Africa’s enterprise surroundings, particularly in what continues to be a tough interval for most individuals because of the influence of coronavirus. He additional added that the leaders who’ve emerged winners within the numerous classes have exhibited these celebrated attributes in admirable capacities and are deserving of nice accolades.