CAF President Ahmad Arrives In Ghana On Monday Ahead of Conferment of UPSA Honorary Doctorate Degree

President of the Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) Ahmad is set to arrive in Accra on Monday afternoon.

The CAF President and Africa’s most powerful football person will arrive at the Kotoka International Airport at exactly 12:00 in the afternoon.

He will address the media on arrival at the VVIP area at the airport at 12:15 before moving to meet some high ranking personalities in the capital.

Ahmad’s arrival in Accra on Monday is ahead of an award ceremony that will see him being honoured with a doctorate degree by the University of Professional Studies in Accra –UPSA.

The award ceremony which comes off on Wednesday will see Ahmad becoming the first major international sports personality to receive the award from the highly-rated university known for promoting industry.

The award recognizes Ahmad’s commitment to the promotion of the game in Africa and by extension Ghana, a country he has visited twice since winning the election.

The University of Professional Studies said in its letter to Ahmad: ”The UPSA Management has nominated you for the award of an honorary Doctorate Degree.”

Vice chancellor Prof Abednego Amartey said the university was honoured to present the award to the former Madagascar minister of state.

”Particularly, we are substantially aware of the positive impact you have made in football arena both in Ghana and the internationally,” Prof Amartey said.

The University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) is a public university that provides both academic and business professional education in Ghana.

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