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Ing. Dr. M. Krakue (FGhIE) Awarded Honorary Doctorate from Swiss School of Business & Management

May 25, 2021


Executive Chairman of ADK Consortium, Ing. Dr. Michael Krakue (FGhIE) has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the Swiss School of Business & Management, Switzerland, under the category, Leadership and Innovation. This Award was presented to him for his exceptional contributions to society and as a recognition of his lifetime achievement within the Engineering field in Africa.  

 

Modeling excellence and commitment to driving the African agenda, thirteen recipients across various industries in Africa were also honored with a Doctorate for their outstanding governance and commitment to serving others. This year's Honorary Doctorate Awards were conferred to personalities whose community integration formed an integral part embedded in their professional ethos.

 

The Grand Event was organized by MG Business Solutions in association with Swiss School of Business & Management to present Honorary Doctorate Degrees 2021 to African business leaders whose exemplified leadership qualities, vision and service attributed to their outstanding public service amidst global crises. Themed “The Values of Selfless”, the ceremony was held at W-Hotel, The Palm, Dubai on Tuesday, May, 25, 2021 and was presided over by Mario Silic, Dean of Swiss School of Business & Management, Switzerland. 

 

Some Awardees include Dr. George Gyamfi-Osew – Director, Operations, National Lottery Authority, Benson Opoku – Founder, Akro-Farms Limited, Benjamin Kingsley Sarpong – Managing Director, Chase Petroleum Ghana Ltd, Dr. Andrew Kwabena Asamoah – Founder & CEO, A&C Development Co. Ltd., Hugh Keku Aryee – COO, Hanergy Global Group etc.

 

ADK Consortium and all its cherished clients congratulates Ing. Dr. Michael Krakue (FGhIE) for this honorable recognition and award. We are so proud of you Executive Chairman, Ing. Dr. Michael Krakue. Congratulations!

 

 

Source: ADK Consortium, 2021