Former Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger apparently came to Ghana after his landmark visit to Liberia, where he received an honour from President George Oppon Weah.
While in Ghana, Wenger visited former president John Agyekum Kufuor at his residence.
The two were spotted in picture full of smiles.
On 24th August 2018, I was called upon by Former Arsenal FC Manager Arsene Wenger at my residence. pic.twitter.com/jeBpFRrmeZ
— John Agyekum Kufuor (@JohnAKufuor) September 7, 2018
Mr Kufuor and Prof Wenger, who left the Gunners last season, had also met at the 171st National Flag Day in Liberia at the conferment ceremony.
Ghana’s former leader was conferred with the highest national award of Liberia, The Collar of State – Most Venerable Order of the Pioneers.
I was conferred with the highest national award of the Republic of Liberia, ‘The Collar of State – Most Venerable Order of the Pioneers,’ by President George Manneh Weah @GeorgeWeahOff on the occasion of the observance of the 171st National Flag Day. pic.twitter.com/0BwLBKarv2
— John Agyekum Kufuor (@JohnAKufuor) September 6, 2018
Wenger together with another French coach Claude Le Roy received the Distinction of Knight Grand Commander of the Humane Order of African Redemption.
By Emmanuel Kwame Amoh|3news.com|GhanaRead Full Story