The Managing Director and Projects Coordinator of Graft Foundation, Brainerd Anani, has been awarded honorary doctorate degree in Divinity at a historic ceremony within Kwabenya, a suburb of Accra.
He now becomes Dr. Brainerd Anane.
The award was conferred on him by the King of Kings Theological Seminary in collaboration with Rescue Missions Theological University, USA and Bishop Gilson University, UK at Calvary Deliverance Ministry, Kwabenya, Accra.
Mr. Brainerd Anani was honoured for his continuous effort in changing the lives of people across the West African sub region through the operations of the Graft Foundation.
The Graft Foundation has seen the lives of over 300 people change by providing free plastic surgery repairs in Ghana and La Cote d’ivore.
The usually soft spoken dynamic young man in the company of his wife looked humbled and overwhelmed as he was being honoured.
Mr. Anani, was also accompanied by members of family, friends and colleagues who were full of praise to God.
The occasion was used to ordain some ministers of God and also to graduate nursing students from the King of Kings Foundation.
The President of King of Kings Foundation, Bishop Dr. Joseph Kweku Asante said honorary degrees from the seminary were awarded to individual Christians who had made significant contributions to the church, society, and the nation in their field of endeavours.
He said, the seminary had the mandate to also identify people who are helping transform the Ghanaian society.He said it was the hope of the King of Kings Foundation to assist in the development of the country and its citizens.
Also honoured at the event was Mr. Charles Kwamena Ackon, Managing Director and CEO of MangelKlicks.
Present at the occasion were dignitaries including Dr. Kwame Abrokwaa Yankyera, chairman of Graft foundation and 2013 MTN Hero of Change.
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