Medeama president Moses Armah receives top award in Canada

Published on: 27 November 2018

Medeama president Moses Armah has been honoured in Canada for his immense contribution to football in the West African nation.

The highly-respected chief was among top personalities who have been honoured at the 18th Ghanaian-Canadian Achievements Award held in Toronto, Canada over the weekend.

Mr Armah is a  famous Ghanaian entrepreneur, business magnate and philanthropist who has carved a niche for himself in Ghana and Africa.

Through the instrumentality of the club owner,  Medeama, the club has become an attractive brand not only in Ghana but an emerging force on the African continent.

The Tarkwa-based side have clinched the Ghana FA Cup on two times and remain an impregnable top force in the country.

He has offered several job opportunities to hundreds of people well dotted across the country through his football brand Medeama.

An entrepreneur, Moses Armah has been honoured by the Government of Canada for his enviable achievement in his chosen endeavour.

A citation signed by Privy Council MP, Humber River-Black CreekHon. Judy. A. Sgro read; "On behalf of Prime Minister Trudeau and the Government of Canada, I am pleased to extend my personal congratulations and warmest wishes to you.

"This prestigious award acknowledges your accomplishments and contributions you have made to your community and to Canada.

It recognizes your strong spirit, leadership and commitment to serve as a positive role model; by example and anything that is possible.

"I hope others will also take their lead from the qualities you have consistently demonstrated. Our communities, our city and our country can only benefit from such action."

Moses Armah's club Medeama is one of the strongest football brands in Ghana and continues to earn rave reviews for their professional touch.