Pierce County humanitarian in Norway to attend Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony

Kwabi Amoah-Forson is the owner of the powder blue Peace Bus that can commonly be seen around Tacoma. Now he’s taken his message across the globe.

OSLO, Norway — A humanitarian from Pierce County is among the world leaders celebrating the Nobel Peace Prize in Norway this weekend. 

Kwabi Amoah-Forson left his powder blue “Peace Bus” behind in Tacoma and traveled 4,500 miles to attend the ceremony. 

In July the city of Tacoma awarded Amoah-Forson with the Greater Tacoma Peace Prize. 

“I’m the youngest recipient to ever be awarded this honor and I’m super thankful,” he said. 

As Tacomas 2022

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