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Wins Best Drive national award

CAPE COAST, Ghana — Robert Kenneth Loo, a professional driver and high priests group leader in the Ola University Ward, Cape Coast Ghana Stake, has won a national road safety campaign award in Ghana. He was judged Best Driver (first runner-up) and drove away a new KIA Pregio 15-seater and fully air-conditioned bus, as his prize. The road safety campaign was organized jointly by the nation's Motor Traffic and Transport Union and the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority for 2004.

As a professional Driver, Brother Loo was a member of the Church's construction crew in Ghana and driver for the mission home between 1980 and 1988. In 1991, he took up a driving position with the Ghana Private Road Transport Union. Brother Loo was judged best regional (county) driver for the Central Region of Ghana in 1996.