Hundreds turn out for Aristocrat Association fitness walk

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The stretch of the Ayi Mensah Toll Booth to Peduase in the Eastern Region were filled with infectious energy on Saturday morning as hundreds of Ghanaians graced the third edition Health Walk exercise of the Aristocrats Association.

The Aristocrats Confraternity, a nonpartisan organization comprised of individuals from various backgrounds, including traditional leaders, politicians, businessmen, entrepreneurs, and healthcare professionals, aims to give back to society and promote positive change.

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The annual event organised by the leadership of the association was keen to encourage health and wellness among members and patrons.

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The six-kilometre walk lived beyond expectations where participants defied all odds and joined the Aristocrats fraternity for the event.

It was occasioned with powerful Jama songs before climaxing it with aerobics activities and free health screening.

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Other volunteers on the day were friends, individuals, and personnel from the Ghana Immigration Service that shared the common goal of improving their overall fitness levels, maintaining good health, and using the opportunity for socialization.

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Some dignitaries such as former New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament (MP) for Suhum Constituency, Ransford Agyapong, the African Director of Engage Africa – Mr. Afasi Komla, and the Public Relations Officer (PRO) for Eastern Regional Police Command Superintendent of Police Ebenezer Tetteh all graced the occasion.

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Speaking after the walk, the Founder and Chairman of the Aristocrats Association, Ohene Danqua Agyemang Duah emphasized the importance of the health walk to the group that has become an annual event, adding that exercising the body is paramount to the longevity of one’s lifespan.

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He said the Ayi Mensah to Peduase Walk had over the years been an assembling ground for the association to assemble and promote healthiness while creating awareness.

“As done annually, we have set this special day to hold such exercise to keep the body fit and ensure that members of Aristocrats stay healthy because it’s paramount to the well-being of every individual.”

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Ohene Agyemang Duah observed that contributing their quota to nation-building through educational and health programs nationwide, especially in the Eastern Region remain resolute.

“Our focus remains intact and relevant in the quest to improving the standard of living of the people, quality of education, and the health sector which is no exception of the charitable works of Aristocrats,” he told

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Adding his voice, a Patron of the Aristocrats who doubles as the Akyempemhene of Suhum Traditional Area, Berima Amoako Darko underscored the relevance of the group and pledged to play their roles accordingly to deliver its mandate in the Ghanaian society.

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Highlighting their social corporate responsibility, he expressed their readiness to collaborate with relevant stakeholders such as Civil Society Organisations, National Peace Council and just to mention a few to roll out programs that would promote peace before, during, and after the 2024 general elections.

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