Opoku Gakpo launches ‘Revolutionary Minds’ project


Award winning Journalist with the Multimedia Group Limited Joseph Opoku Gakpo, has launched the Revolutionary Minds project with the objective of highlighting the good works of individuals engaged in radical stuff in their communities but remain unnoticed.

The focus of the project is to tell the stories of people, particularly, young persons, engaged in activities they would ordinarily not be doing in their communities.

On the last Monday of every month, Joseph will publish the story of one “Revolutionary Mind” on his personal blog www.josephopokugakpo.wordpress.com , and other websites including www.myjoyonline.com , and aggressively share the story on social media to the reach of as many people as possible.

The objective of the project is to inspire all young people to do something daring and ground breaking in their communities.

Persons engaged in unique varied activities from civil society practice, to entrepreneurship, to agriculture, to education, among others are targeted in the project.

The project will also feature ordinary people in rural and deprived communities doing extra-ordinary stuff worth emulating.

Last year, the project published the story of a Masters Degrees Graduate from the University of Reading – UK, David Asare Asiamah, who soon after completing his course returned to Ghana to start a poultry farm in Kumasi, turning down numerous other job offers both home and abroad.

http://www.myjoyonline.com/opinion/2015/February-19th/meet-david-asiamah-a-new-breed-of-ghanaian-farmer-entrepreneurs.php

On Monday, 1st February 2016, the story of another young person engaged in something radical will be published by the project.

Joseph assured the project will do the best it can to draw national attention to the heroic story of the “REVOLUTIONARY MINDS.”

“Today, before God, before the people of Ghana and before you all, we launch this project, Revolutionary Minds, promising to take the stories of these extra-ordinary folks as far as we can,” he said.

“As young people, we can make things happen on our own. But when young people revolutionize, it usually doesn’t happen by chance. It’s the result of painstaking efforts, and they deserve to be commended,” Joseph said.

He encouraged all friends on social media to support the project by helping share the stories of the Revolutionary Minds forcefully on social media when they are published.


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