Tuesday, December 13, 2016


Dr. Clyde Rivers, ICN
Dr. Gladys Loggin-Folorunsho, founder of US-ACC
Mr Martin Ofori, Chairman of US-ACC Ghana

By emphasizing a message of peace through God's Royal Law, Golden Rule Dialogue Expert, Dr. Clyde Rivers played a key role in the establishing of the first United States-Africa Chamber of Commerce in Ghana.

On December 6, 2016 in Accra, Ghana, the United States -Africa Chamber of Commerce (US-ACC) opened its first office, with the ethic of the Golden Rule established within the Ghanaian business community.

One of the primary goals of US-ACC is to help strengthen trade relations between small and medium scale business enterprises in Ghana and the United States. This can be accomplished by empowering them with the resources, connections and exposure needed to form international partnerships within peaceful national environments.

The US-ACC, in collaboration with iChange Nations (ICN), launched the office on the theme: “Engendering Growth and Development through Peace and Cooperation”.

The Golden Rule of Business being used by US-ACC says, “Treat others the way you want to be treated”.

World Peace Ambassador, Dr Clyde Rivers, was in Ghana promoting the message of the Golden Rule as part of a campaign that Ghana would have a peaceful election, which would open doors for businesses.

He said Africa had the resources that the world needs, but the world was concerned about peace because where there is no peace, there is no development.

Dr Rivers said, “We are going to bring the golden rule into the system, to teach people how to treat others the way they want to be treated, which would bring an environment of peace that will promote business, development and empower Ghanaians to thrive and create their own economy”.

Dr. Clyde Rivers, is the Founder and President of iChange Nations™ as well as the global Golden Rule Dialogue Expert. Dr. Rivers travels around the world promoting Golden Rule Dialogue in the developmental process of finding peace through dialogue. The Golden Rule Dialogue is simply, “Treat others the way you want to be treated in your dialogue.” Dr. Rivers' motto is, “Listening for Change.” He believes every life is valuable and created for a contribution to our world and that without peace, that contribution is lost and our entire world loses.

"As I travel around the world, I see various nations or communities in conflicts due to racism, tribalism, sexism, classism and many types of divisions." states Dr. Rivers. "All of it is rooted in one single law that is being violated. They are violating the Royal Law, the Golden Rule."

As Dr. Rivers is called in to sometimes mediate or expedite peaceful solutions rather it's a small community or an entire nation, he finds that he is able to bring the keys to peaceful resolution through Golden Rule Dialogue and the promotion of the Royal Law.

iChange Nations™ is also a professional institution that builds Statesmen by equipping, mentoring and training highly esteemed individuals who have the desire to change nations throughout the world. The organization is seeking to bring global awareness by strategically helping nations to educate, train and support a Nation Building Process that is designed to improve the dignity and betterment of human life. This international platform focuses on establishing effective relationships; to help people understand the value of honor and basic human rights.

iChange Nations™ is the World’s Largest Honoring Network Establishing Cultures of Honor around the world. ICN has established a system that is bringing back honor to the world. They look to honor people at global, national, state and community levels, that have made positive contributions in helping mankind. It is no wonder that Golden Rule Dialogue and honoring others are going hand-in-hand to change the world.


Written by Dr. Christopher G. Green
Dr. Christopher Green is an international columnist/writer with the Global Journalism Award winning team of Dr. Clyde Rivers and iChange Nations Social Media News™.

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