- Arsene Wenger visited John Agyekum Kufuor at his residence in Accra
- Wenger met the former president for a courtesy call after both men had been honoured in Liberia by new President George Oppong Weah
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was in Ghana two weeks ago to visit former president John Agyekum Kufuor.
The legendary gaffer accompanied Kufuor to the West African country after both men were honoured by Liberia president, George Oppong Weah.
It is unknown what the pair discussed following the Frenchman’s first visit to Ghana.
Kufuor, who recently joined Twitter, took to his handle to post of photo of himself with Wenger at his residence.
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The photo was accompanied by the caption: “On 24th August 2018, I was called upon by former Arsenal FC manager Arsene Wenger at my residence.”
Two weeks ago, President Weah conferred upon several distinguished personalities Liberia's National Honors at the occasion marking Liberia’s National Flag.
However, the aforementioned duo topped the list of personalities who were honoured on the day.
Ex-president Kufuor was conferred upon the Honor: Collar of State, Most Venerable Order of the Pioneers.
Meanwhile, 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).
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