Alhaji Mahama recognised among Top 30 Achievers of Coventry University Alumini

Alhaji Umar Farouk Aliu Mahama, Member of Parliament for Yendi, has received an honorary recognition which acknowledges him among the “Top 30 Achievers” of Coventry University, United Kingdom, alumini.

     At a joint Special Ghana Communication Technology University (GCTU)/Coventry University Alumni Dinner and Recognition Night in Accra, AlhajiMahama received a citation which reads:

“In recognition and appreciation for your outstanding accomplishment in your chosen endeavour, we recognise you as one of the Top 30 Achievers after a decade of partnership between Coventry University and GCTU in education capacity building.

     “Your exceptional skills, devotion and professionalism thus bringing honour and prestige to your fellow alumni and alma mater”.

     Accepting the award, AlhajiMahama said: “On behalf of myself, my team and constituents and my family, I thank my alma mater for the honour of this recognition. I am deeply humbled by the honour and I accept the challenge that it imposes on me to continue to seek the best of humanity and to lead exemplary leadership hinged on nothing else but development, compassion and the people-first.”

     He acknowledged the importance of the award and thanked Professor John Latha, Vice Chancellor of Coventry University who was the special guest of the occasion.

     “I would like to thank the Vice Chancellors of Coventry University and GCTU for conceiving this idea to reward the top 30 achievers after a decade of collaboration between the two institutions”.

     He said: “We the alumini accept the awards and promise our unwavering support to the growth of this outstanding institution as alumni. Together, we will expand and improve GCTU and Coventry University in Africa”.

     “I am not surprised that GCTU has been recognised as Africa’s Premier Institution for Capacity Building in Procurement and Supply Chain 2022”.

AlhajiMahama said he and his constituents “were resilient and committed to building a confident Yendi which is united and at peace with ourselves”.

This he said underpins his individual initiatives to tool farmers in the constituency, empower the youth and women, care about their health, and to support needy school children.

     He again thanked Prof. Emmanuel OheneAfoakwa, Pro-Vice Chancellor; Prof. Ebo Hinson, Africa’s celebrated researcher and Dr David King Boison who he described as an outstanding lecturer who taught them to either drink deep or taste not.

     President of Alumni, Eng. Mark AffumAmoamah, also thanked the two universities for the recognition.

AlhajiMahama is the Board Chairman of the Ghana Integrated Iron and Steel Development Corporation (GIISDEC).

     He is results-oreinted, focused and a disciplined manager. He has broad technical experience in Procurement and Supply Chain Management with extensive knowledge of procurement standards, principles, practice and procedures.

AlhajiMahama has experience in distribution, warehousing, logistics management, information systems, procurement management, and also possess excellent knowledge in risk and project management.

By Times Reporter

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