The brothers of Phi Beta Sigma are chartering a new chapter in Ghana!
It was recently announced that the brothers of Phi Beta Sigma will hold the chartering ceremony for their new Sigma Mu Sigma Chapter in Accra, Ghana on February 29th, 2020 at 9am.
The charter members include Kent Acquah-Abbiw, Nana Kwabena, Anthony Biney-Amissah, Michael Darko, Damien L. Duchamp, Wayne A. Francis, Obed Lartey and Gregory Stephenson.
From February 26th to March 1st, the chapter will host their chartering week, inviting brothers from around the world to come to Ghana and celebrate with them.
The week includes trips to Ghana’s parliament, a tour of the Cape Coast Slave Castle, and a service project with the Borehole Project.
The Sigma Mu Sigma Chapter has already begun their service to Ghana partnering with TEAM CSR, a registered Non Governmental Organization (NGO), for the implementation of their initial project. For this, they will support Rural Water Supply in the form of Boreholes to respond to the lack of clean water and related health issues in remote areas of of the country.
Phi Beta Sigma has deep roots in Ghana, the country’s first Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah was initiated into the fraternity when he was a student at Lincoln University in 1942. Click here to see photos of him as a young Sigma.
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