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The Actions for the community Ahua Development and Welfare

Organized by: Ange Adou Anicet Angaman

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Biography: Born July 2, 1974 in Arrah, Mr. Ange Adou Anicet Angaman is the son of Angaman Tanoh, coffee and cocoa farmer, born around 1927 in Arrah and Ekponon Ama, housewife, born around 1932 in Arrah, Mr. Ange Adou Anicet Angaman is a native Ivorian, born and raised in Arrah Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast). After his primary education in Arrah, he continued his studies there and in Daoukro and Dimbokro, Ivory Coast. In 1998 he took a position with the Ivory Coast Electrical Company. Later he moved to London, England and ultimately to the United States, settling in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is married to an American from Salt Lake City and has one child. Driven by his love of peace, justice, liberty, progress, and independence, Mr. Angaman is a patriot who loves his native country, Ivory Coast, and his home town of Arrah. Hope for the development of the Ahuanou: Mr. Angaman loves and feels a spiritual connection to his native country and home town. He feels his birth in Arrah was not an accident, but rather a gift from Mother Nature. He has long been concerned with the future for the village of Arrah. He has created a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) named ADAH: “Action pour le Developpement de l’Ahuanou” and a development project for Ahuanou tittle: “Structural Reform for Ahuanou.” He recognizes that this are a large undertaking for one man. The Department of Ahuanou and the whole region of Moronou is known for growing cocoa beans, but even that is in decline. There are practically no other economic activities to grow the area; no banks, no national police, colleges/universities, supermarkets, hospitals, industry, sporting infrastructure, etc…. Despite rich potential, the area of Ahuanou stagnates in misery and poverty. The good people of the area have contributed to building the Ivory Coast by producing thousands of tons of cocoa and coffee. Will they be condemned to live in misery and poverty? Mr. Angaman fully believes that he can create a local government and contribute to getting local citizens to awaken to development within the area with his new ideas. He is still conscious of the fact that he needs a catalyst to cement his ideas. He needs a Partner, a spiritual power capable of mobilizing a group of partners ready to finance the realization of his dreams. He needs the help of someone to create a local bank, industrialize the agriculture, develop the area, and build the town of Arrah and surrounding villages inspired by his experiences in London and Salt Lake City. You would lose nothing in placing your trust in a politician like Mr. Angaman. By supporting his vision, you have everything to gain. Mr. Angaman want to be the leader of the people of the Ahuanou to bring them a better life. He feels the people of Arrah have the right to know real and lasting prosperity and happiness in life, the same way you have brought this to the people of Utah. Become Legislator to guarantee the development projects and the political actions: Mr. Angaman has solutions for the political problems that the people of Ahuanou face. To accomplish this, he humbly asks you to help approach and convince the entrepreneurs and investors who want to see positive change and growth in Africa. He needs them to finance his campaign for Legislator (a departmental legislative position) in the coming legislative elections in the Ivory Coast at November, 20th 2016, and to finance his ideas for structural reform within his department. Mr. Angaman is an ambitious man. To start he created a non-governmental organization (NGO) to guide the development. He is a native of the Ivory Coast and thereby understands what should be reformed for the Ahuanou and people of that area. The extent of his ambitions may displease private interests who control much in the Ivory Coast. Therefore, he will need the guaranteed support. As a Legislator, he would be covered by parliamentary immunity and the support and authority from the people of Ahuanou that he wants to aid their progress. He needs financial help and protection from some powerful in his vigorous efforts for the progress of his people. Address: 8870 South State Street, Building F, Aportment 107, Sandy, UT 84070 Cell: (385) 251-8908 Email: Kind Regards


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