Top GFA Executive Council member Randy Abbey graduates with PhD from top university

Top GFA Executive Council member Randy Abbey graduates with PhD from top university

- Popular GFA Executive Council member and president of Kpando Hearts of Lions has graduated with a PhD

- Ransford Annetey Abbey popularly called Randy Abbey obtained a PhD in Business Administration from a top business school in Switzerland

- Randy Abbey's graduation ceremony saw in attendance, top personalities including former President John Mahama

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Top GFA Executive Council member Ransford Annetey Abbey has recently graduated with a PhD from a renowned business school in Switzerland.

Footballmadeinghana.com reports that the Ransford Abbey graduated with a PhD in Business Administration from the top university.

It is indicated that though the university finds its roots in Switzerland, Abbey obtained the admirable doctorate degree right here in Ghana.

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He pursued it locally through the Nobel International Business School (NiBS) from the Swiss Business School (SBD) in Zurich Switzerland.

It is clear that Ransford Annetey Abbey who is affectionately called Randy Abbey is beefing up his skills and qualifications to handle his administrative positions or pursue even higher ones.

Randy Abbey has been the president of a popular division one club in Ghana known as the Kpando Hearts of Lions.

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During his graduation ceremony, a good number of important personalities thronged the premises to grace the occasion and support him.

Notable on the list was the former president of the Republic, John Dramani Mahama. He was captured in the beautiful graduation pictures with other prominent individuals.

Mahama appeared very excited about Randy's latest feat as he kept beaming with smiles whilst graciously handing out handshakes to Randy and other people present.

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A number of Ghanaians have chalked amazing feats in recent times.

Not long ago, YEN.com.gh reported that a 60-year-old man named Mr John Kofi Sackey, aka Odopee, has been confirmed to have discovered a cure for blindness and other 'incurable' eye conditions.

It was indicated in a full report after visiting the facility and witnessing how patients have been receiving treatment.

Mr Sackey's facility is called the Odopee Herbal Research and Learning Centre which is located at Mankessim, a commercial town in the Central Region.

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