From Sebastian R. Freiku, Kumasi
Nana Kwadwo Gyasi, a Kumasi-based business mogul and renowned philanthropist, has been awarded honourary doctorate degree by the Ternopil National Economic University of Ukraine.
A doctor of Philosophy (Honourary Degree) was conferred on Nana K. Gyasi, alongside three others, at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi last Saturday, July 13, 2019, under the auspices of the Bureau of Research on Governance, Commerce and Administration (BORGCA) and the Confederation of Governance Assessment Institute (COGAI).
It is in recognition of his outstanding achievements, enormous dedication to humanitarian services, and tireless efforts in ensuring the socio-economic well-being of individuals in the community, as well as vital contribution to Ghana’s development at large.
The Ukrainian University described Nana Kwadwo Gyasi as “a worthy model entrepreneur, a staunch philanthropist and a beacon of hope to the next generation in Ghana, Africa, and beyond,” for which feat the doctorate degree was conferred on him.
He has been recognised for this role in providing employment across the country, and helping the poor and needy.
A citation presented by Ternopil National Economic University of Ukraine at the ceremony explained that “His accomplishments in Ghana and beyond have earned him this honour.”
Nana Kwadwo Gyasi has carved a niche for himself in the building and construction industry with a host of businesses under his Nana K Gyasi Company Limited Group of Companies.
Prof. Gregory from the Ternopil National Economic University, in his congregational speech, commended the awardees for contributing positively and immensely to the development of Ghana.
Dr. Nana Kwadwo Gyasi, an astute businessman and elder of the Church of Pentecost (Suame district), expressed appreciation to the Ternopil National Economic University, and noted that the recognition would spur him on to do more for the socio-economic development of the country, for the benefit of humanity in general, and Ghanaians in particular.