The Executive Director of Savana signatures Mr. John Stephen Agbenyo has been elected the Executive Vice President of Junior Chambers International (JCI). His elections took place in Accra during the general assembly meeting of JCI.
Junior Chamber International (JCI) is a non-profit international non-governmental organization of young people between the ages of 18 and 40 years. It has members in about 80 countries with regional or national chapters dotted across nations.
It has consultative status with the Council of Europe, with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and with UNESCO. It was founded in Mexico in 1944.
JCI encourages young people to become responsible citizens and to participate in efforts towards social and economic development and promotes international co-operation, good-will and understanding.
JCI chapters Worldwide undertake community development by providing community essential needs as part of their contributions to a just and responsible society.
Mr. Agbenyo was the immediate past president of JCI Tamale premier local organization and also served as the general legal counsel advisor to the JCI Ghana.
He was duly elected during the just-ended General Assembly Meeting of JCI held in Accra. “We the staff of Savana Signatures congratulate Mr. Agbenyo for his new position. You have consistently demonstrated your leadership skills and passion for humanity to merit positions like this. We in Savana Signatures celebrate with you”, says the communications officer, Francis Npong.
Mr. Simon Ayamkah, the president of JCI Tamale Premier on his facebook page wrote that Mr. Agbneyo have demonstrated impeccable qualities as a leader both at the local and national level chalking a lot of successes. He congratulated Mr Agbenyo for his election into the highest position of JCI Ghana.