An Educator and Community leader, Kojo Asamoa-Caesar gets a historic win in Tulsa, Oklahoma as a nominee for federal office in the United States.
He triumphed in the Democratic Primary for Oklahoma Congressional District 1, encompassing Tulsa, Washington, and Wagoner counties.
Kojo Asamoa-Caesar is also the first Ghanaian American to become the first youngest to serve as the nominee for the United States House of Representatives.
On his win, he said that to whom much is given, much is required, and was guided by what the bible said.
It can be recalled that Kojo announced his candidacy for the U.S House of Representatives, on April 11, 2019.
He launched his campaign with a ’50 in 50′ initiative to host or attend 50 community events across District 1, in the first 50 days of the campaign.
He said, “my hope with our ’50 in 50′ initiative is to meet the citizens of District 1, where they are, listen to their needs and concerns, and ultimately be able to build a campaign that works for every Oklahoman”.
Kojo Asamoa-Caesar worked as a fellow in advocacy and policy for multiple community organizations.
Kojo Asamoa-Caesar is the son of African Immigrants, and a Law graduate of the William and Mary University, America’s Second Oldest University.
He won the 2020 first Congression District candidate for U.S Congress to represent Oklahoma.
By Agnes Melissa Yovo | Talksafrica.com