Fullname: Festus Cobena Ainoo

Category: Best SDG4 Advocate of The Year

Code: 9187

Nominee's Bio: A BRIEF INTRODUCTION OF FESTUS COBENA AINOO Festus Cobena Ainoo affectionately known as SIR COBBY is a 25year old young man born on the 27th of December, 1996. He’s a royal from the royal family of Yamfo in the Bono Region and half a Fante from Gomoa Fomena. He’s currently a Teaching & Research Assistant at the Department of Religion and Human Values with a Bachelor's Degree in Education (History, Religion & Human Values). He also holds an Associate Degree in Business Administration from the University of the People, Pasadena in California. He's a humanistic poised in pragmatic leadership, membership engagement, mentoring creativity, writing, educational advocacy, and entrepreneurship. Over the years, Festus has served in many leadership roles both local and international. To mention a few of his Leadership journey and achievements so far. He’s currently serving as an Official Global Students' Ambassador to University of People (UoPeople) and Admissions Advisor to University of the People, Ghana Community, (a US Accredited Online Tuition-Free University) where he has abetted 282 SHS graduates and 12 Graduate students to have access to Quality Tuition-Free Online University Education through his TNF Project. Festus Cobena Ainoo has served as a student activist for students of the University of Cape Coast, He served as the National President for Religion Students Association of Ghana, (RESAG) and President of RESAG UCC Chapter for the 20/21 academic year & Organizing Secretary 19/20 RESAG UCC Chapter for the 2019/2020 academic year. He served as a Member of Parliament for Adenta Constituency coupled with Minister for Foreign Affairs in the Youth Empowerment Consortium Ghana, Youth Model Parliament, and Youth Model Cabinet 2021. He’s a founding member and the First Majority leader of Valco Hall Parliamentary Council, University of Cape Coast. He also served as the Lead Ambassador for Africa’s Forum for Development, Ghana, and Ambassador to Power to Our Mothers Foundation Africa. Festus became a graduate of United Nations Millennium Fellowship in the year 2020 with his project THE NATIVES FOUNDATION formally EDUCATE GHANA FOUNDATION been certified by MCN. He was appointed after his graduation from the fellowship as a member of the UN Millennium Campus Fellowship Admission Board and Coordinator for SDG4 (QUALITY EDUCATION) projects. He’s the founder of the United Nations Students’ Association of the University of Cape Coast which won the National Students Awards, Best Campus Group of the year 2020 just 8months of it establishment in University of Cape Coast. UNSA UCC also won the Youth Awards Ghana Group of the year 2020. He also served as the first President and Secretary-General for the 2019/2020 Academic year during UNSA UCC Model UN. He was given a special award for his initiatives at the National Students Awards, 2020 as Students Blogger and Personality of the year. He has authored two books; LIFE CHANGING IDEAS & GIRL WOMAN EMPOWERMENT. He also won the Best Delegate with Best Position Paper at the Benin International Model United Nations held in the city of Quidar Benin in the year 2019. Festus was awarded the Tertiary Student Author of the year at Ghana Tertiary Prestigious Awards, 2021. He served with the Professors and Research Team of UN Action Accelerator as a Mentor for American Students in the year 2020. He’s currently the Regional Director (Central Region) for Youth Model Parliament, YEC GHANA. Festus goal is geared towards advancing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG4): QUALITY EDUCATION. Which has won him a Certificate of Achievement during Humanitarian Awards Global 2021. As a young purpose-driven man, he's focused on transforming our societies through Education, mentorship, and willing to contribute his quota to the betterment of Educational Planning in Ghana. SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES All Social Handles 👉 LinkedIn: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:

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