Former president John Agyekum Kufour and ex-Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger have been conferred with honours by Liberia President, George Oppong Weah.
At a colourful ceremony held in the West African country on Friday, August 24, 2018, the pair were honoured together with former Ghana and Cameroon coach Claude Leroy.
President Weah conferred upon several distinguished personalities Liberia's National Honors at the occasion marking Liberia’s National Flag.
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However, the aforementioned trio topped the list of personalities who were honoured on the day.
Ex-president Kuffour was conferred upon the Honor: Collar of State, Most Venerable Order of the Pioneers.
Long-serving Arsenal boss, Wenger, who managed Weah at Monaco, was also conferred upon the Honor: Knights Grand Commander, Humane Order of African Redemption (KGC-HOAR).
Meanwhile, Coach Claude LeRoy was honoured with the Knight Commander, Humane Order of African Redemption (KC-HOAR).
Weah rose to become president of Liberia after winning a run-off in the general elections which were held last year.
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