- A Ghanaian pastor by name Rev Atta Badu Snr, who is also a UN peace ambassador has been honoured with an international chaplaincy award
- The ceremony that saw many prestigious people in attendance was held at London in the United Kingdom
- Rev Atta Badu is now qualified to offer advice to diplomats, inter-governmental bodies and royalty on matters relating to the peace of the world
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Rev Atta Badu Snr, a now renowned Ghanaian pastor who also serves as a Peace Ambassador for the United Nations, has received an international chaplaincy award.
A report sighted by Briefly.co.za on Ghanaweb.com indicates that the respected man of God received the incredible and prestegious award following his successful graduation from the Word of Life Ministries International (WOLMI) and the Canadian International Chaplaincy Association (CICA).
The ceremony during which Rev Atta Badu Snr got the honour was held in London in the United Kingdom and was graced by many international recognized Christian leaders.
As International Captain of Chaplains, Rev Atta Badu is now qualified to offer advice to diplomats, inter-governmental bodies and royalty on matters relating to the peace of the world.
When asked about the secret to his success, the reverend who also responds to the title, 'His Excellency', wasted no time before attributing all the glory to God.
He also thanked everyone in the organizations he has been a part of for their massive support toward his development and successes, while he promised to use his positions to influence world peace, foster unity and make the world a better place.
In another exciting report by our sister publication, a 22-year-old Ghanaian named Akpene Darko-Cobbina has become the youngest lawyer in Ghana after beating the record of Lawyer Adwoa Safo.
Information obtained directly by our sister publication confirms that Adwoa Safo held the record as the youngest ever product of the Ghana School of Law after graduating in 2004 at age 22.
In October 2019, Akpene took over the title as he was called to the Bar at age 22 and 198 days, beating Adwoa Safo’s record of 22 years and 280 days.
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