Ukrainian University Honours K. Badu Agro Chemical Boss

Mr Kofi Badu (in robe) in a group photo with his staff

VINNYTSIA Mykhailo Kotsiubynsky State Pedagogical University of Ukraine has
conferred an honorary doctorate degree on the CEO of K. Badu Agro Chemical

The well
organized ceremony held at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and
Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, over the weekend was in recognition of his
astuteness as a businessman.

The citation
read: “This honorary doctorate award is in recognition of your outstanding
contribution to the development and strengthening of cooperation between
Ukraine and the Republic of Ghana in the sphere of leadership, philanthropy and
business entrepreneurship, as well as for his sincere and extensive popularity
of the Ukrainian higher educational institution in Africa.”

And to the
doctorate award recipient, the award will urge him on in his pursuit of
excellence in his field.

“This is an
indication that diligence pays; l didn’t know my works were monitored from
afar. Indeed, this has motivated me to go the extra mile.

“I would
like to, therefore, thank my close to 300 employees for their respective
contributions, this is for all of us, and l will urge you on to go a step
further as we strive to win more laurels in the future,” said K. Badu.

A hundred
acre cocoa farm, a transport company, construction outfit and a rental company
(chairs and canopy), all based in Kumasi, are subsidiaries of the K. Badu

The event
was held under the auspices of the Bureau of Research on Governance, Commerce
and Administration (BORGCA) and Confederation of Governance Assessment
Institute (COGAI).