From left, Pierre Osai Owusu of Ghana, GoDurham transit administrator, with intern Brian Inyang of Nigeria, has been honored for bringing diversity to his work in Durham. “Those who are here don’t know what they have,” he says. “When the plane lands at JFK, you can smell the freedom.”
From left, Pierre Osai Owusu of Ghana, GoDurham transit administrator, with intern Brian Inyang of Nigeria, has been honored for bringing diversity to his work in Durham. “Those who are here don’t know what they have,” he says. “When the plane lands at JFK, you can smell the freedom.” Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com
From left, Pierre Osai Owusu of Ghana, GoDurham transit administrator, with intern Brian Inyang of Nigeria, has been honored for bringing diversity to his work in Durham. “Those who are here don’t know what they have,” he says. “When the plane lands at JFK, you can smell the freedom.” Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com

GoDurham transit administrator from Ghana paves way for others

October 09, 2016 03:07 AM

UPDATED October 11, 2016 12:21 PM

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