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Hearts to honour Ghana President Mills

Published on: 06 November 2011

Ghana President John Atta-Mills will be given a top award at the Hearts of Oak centenary awards on 12 November. 

Prof. Mills, who is the second top Phobian to have held the highest office of Head of State of the country, will receive a special award for his leadership.

General Ankrah, a Chief Life Patron  of the club till his death, will also be honoured posthumously.

The 53 awardees include individuals, chapters, administrators, technical persons, all members of the Phobian family who were recommended by the Centenary Planning Sub-Committee on Awards.

The players and team managers of some prominent year teams (1958, 1977, 1979, 2000, 2001and 2004) will be equally recognized in the centenary match against Enugu Rangers in Accra on 13 November.

Hearts will officially celebrate their 100 year anniversary on 11 November.

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