Mr. Emmanuel Korsi Senyo has over seven years experience working directly at local and international levels focusing on peace-building, youth development, web development, graphic designing, social media, branding, marketing, microfinance, event management, project management, and journalism.
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Korsi Senyo as an Investigative Journalist
He is the Executive Editor for Awake Africa Newspaper since 2012 and Head of Awake Investigates. He has investigated and published series of investigative reports and currently one of the leading young investigative journalists in Ghana working hard to expose corruption both within the public and private sectors in Ghana. His investigative works touch both at the grassroots and grand scale corruption in Government.
He is currently a Consultant (Research Officer/Investigative Journalist) on “Corruption Watch“, project broadcast on Joy FM Super Morning Show every Wednesday between 8:am and 9:30am and being implemented by CDD Ghana, GII, Joy FM, ACILA and GACC.
Korsi Senyo as an Entrepreneur and IT Expert
He the Founder and CEO of Senyo Global – a business that is into Event Management, ICT, Media, Building Construction, and Movie Production.
He is a website developer and has developed over 700 websites globally.
Korsi Senyo as an Entertainer
In early 2016, Senyo has joined the entertainment industry where he is now featured in four movies. He writes Movie Scripts, Assists in Directing, Acts and Produces. He has established a movie production house with eight (8) permanent crew and forty-five registered members.
As a social entrepreneur
He is the Co-founder and Executive Director of African Centre for Peace Building-established in 2009. He coordinates all activities and brings together stakeholders towards the achievement of the objectives of the organization. He designs programmes and projects to promote peace, justice, youth and women development and poverty reduction.
Korsi Senyo has developed and facilitated several training and conference modules for youth in peace and democracy, youth and women in leadership, youth in entrepreneurship and peace education for teachers.
In February 2014, he was invited by H.E. Dennis Sasso Nduaso, the President of the Republic of Congo to join five Head of States, Nobel Peace Prize winners, Defense Ministers, Senior Government Officials and other world leaders to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Signing of Brazzaville Peace Accord. At this world peace gathering, Korsi Senyo joined in discussions in shaping world peace and development.
From May 2014 to August 2016, Korsi Senyo was appointed CC Liaison Officer of United Religions Initiative for West Africa where is played the role of communicating and disseminating information of URI Global Office to URI West Africa member organizations and facilitating training workshops for member organizations in West Africa.
In October 2013, Korsi Senyo was selected by Google Ghana for its Google for Entrepreneurs Programme where he received intensive training in business development. He is also a trained Champion for Change Leadership in Agriculture by AfricaLead – a USAID, Feed The Future programme.
He served as a member on 2015 Peace Awards Giving Committee of the Millennium Excellence Award
He was also Mentor on the Mandela Washington Fellowship of the Youth African Leaders Initiative – a President Obama’s initiative for Africa young leaders.
Korsi Senyo as a Civil Rights Activist
He founded United for National Interest, a group that he is currently using to initiate legal reforms in Ghana and also fighting for the rights of Ghanaian people.
As a civil right activist, he has filed two writs at the Supreme Court of Ghana challenging the constitutionality of some aspects of the operations of the General Legal Council of Ghana – the body that regulates legal profession in Ghana and also challenging the legality of the General Legal Council for publishing a guidelines with sought to amend some aspects of the professional code of conduct for lawyers without recourse to parliament.
He has also filed two petitions at the office of the president of Ghana to commence impeachment processes of two Deputy Electoral Commissioners of Ghana.
Korsi Senyo as a Youth/Student Activist
Korsi Senyo was an inspiring student leader. He was elected Senior Prefect/SRC President of Leklebi Secondary School in 2003-2004.
At the university, he was the Vice President of Volta Region Student Association-KNUT Chapter and National 1st Vice President of the same association between 2007 and 2008.
He was appointed Editorial Board Member of Social Science Students Society, KNUST and Research Coordinator of National Union of Ghana Students-KNUST Chapter.
Between 2008-2009, Korsi Senyo was appointed Chairman of SRC Welfare and Student Management Board (Manager of KBN Fund established to provide financial aid to needy students) of KNUST. He also served as a Member of Students Financial Services Board and University Welfare Board.
Korsi Senyo worked as a volunteer teacher at Leklebi Secondary School between May 2006 and August 2006. He was a teacher and head of social science department at St. Prosper’s College in Ho from September 2010 to April 2011.
He worked with ADPL Farming Scheme as the District Director for Kwabre East in the Ashante Region while working as a National Service person at the Ayiduase JSS from June 2009 to August 2010.
Korsi Senyo is the recipient of 2016 Ghana Peace Awards in the Youth Service and Humanitarian Service categories.
- Lawyer Sam Okudzeto sued for defamation
- Korsi Senyo files appeal to quash GLC’s dismissal of his petition against 3 lawyers
- Stop scandalizing my name in the media or I sue – Sam Okudzeto threatens
- Okudzeto, Beyuo, Ace Ankomah face General Legal Council tomorrow
- Korsi Senyo to dismantle GLC: files third writ in the Supreme Court to challenge its composition
- Not only lawyers can sue at the Supreme Court – Korsi Senyo schools GLC
- Korsi Senyo practising law without license – GLC to Supreme Court
- GLC stabbed itself: our Disciplinary C’ttee proceedings are ALWAYS IN CAMERA
- UT Boss must blame himself; NOT first class graduates and light-skinned ladies
- Sam Okudzeto, Beyuo, Ace Ankomah to face General Legal Council on October 26, 2017