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Business News of Monday, 11 March 2019


Dr Kwaku Oteng and his popular Adonko bitters win big at Pan African Republic Honorary Awards

Just a few weeks after the Group Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Angel Group of companies, Dr Kwaku Oteng was honoured with a lifetime Achievement Award at the Ghana Trade and Commerce Awards, he has bagged yet another prestigious award.

This time, Dr. Kwaku Oteng has been adjudged the Best Performing Chief Executive Officer (C.E.O) of the year 2018 by the Confederation of Governance Assessment Institute (COGAI) and its partners Economic Monitoring Cooperation Of Africa (EMCOA) with support from the Bureau of Research on Governance, Commerce and Administrative (BORGCA).

Popular beverage drink in Ghana produced by him, Adonko bitters was also adjudged the Top Brands Eminence Awards for 2018 at the Pan African Republic Honorary Awards 2019 held at the Accra International Conference AICC.

It would be recalled that at Ghana Trade and Commerce Awards held last month, Dr Kwaku Oteng was the only person out of six awardees who received the lifetime award for his commitment to job creation, Ghanaian entrepreneurship and exemplary contribution to the evolution of trade in Ghana. The award was conferred by a group of expert after a thorough due diligence and verification.

The Awards brochure noted that Dr Oteng made his mark on Ghana in 2001 with the Angel Herbal Products Industry which began a transformational journey for Ghana’s Herbal medicine terrain, noting the significant contribution Dr Oteng has made to Ghana over the past 18 years.

The award is designed to identify and publicly recognize enterprises engaged in facilitating the efficient process of getting products successfully to consumers as well adherence to regulations.