The Distinguished Scholars of Africa (Distinsa) has honored three of its distinguished members as persons with extraordinary talent. Two of which have been elevated to fellows, while the third has been honored with professorship.
The awardees which were honored for impacting the life of mankind with their extraordinary achievements at a ceremony held in Accra on Thursday, December 9, 2021, include: Professor Martin Gyambrah; Professor Nicholas Nicodemus Nana Nsowah-Nuamah; and Dr. Lawyer Nana Oppong.
The award ceremony which was titled Extra Ordinary Wisdom Forum 2021, was held under the theme: “Learned Leadership for Democracy and Development in Africa.”
The Distinguished Scholars of Africa (DistinSa), is a not-for-profit super elite organization of the very best of African intellectual and cultural leadership. Its aims and objectives include capacity building of the private sector and government for socio-economic growth in Africa.
It also aims to lead, educate and assist Africans and African Leaders towards sustainable and healthy development in freedom and dignity, as well as bring glory to God.
The President of the Distinguished Scholars of Africa, Dr. Nana Oppong, was honored with an Honorary Distinguished Professorship and Fellow of Law and Sciences.
The citation presented to him read, “In recognition of your Extraordinary Contributions to Knowledge in the Fields of Physics, Biology, Law, Economics, Education and Philosophy, the Distinguished Scholars of Africa Honor or Award you the Title of Distinguished Professor and Fellow of Law and Sciences.”
This award comes at the back of a conferment of an extraordinary honour on him by DistinSa of being “Distinguished Professor and Fellow of Law and of the Sciences”, early on in October 2020.
Dr. Nana Oppong is the father of Microbitic Physics; father of the theory of the Quantum Lights and the General Rate of Presence (GRP); and the Founder and Editor of the Journal of Rational Science; as well as the founder of “The Collaborative Theory for Human Evolution”.
He is the author of over 40 books in topics such as sociology, politics, law, economics, algorithms and technology among others, including the theory on the “evolution of incompetence”; The Alchemy of Human Evolution; Acquired Incompetency Syndrome; Nonsense Consensus; Beautiful Nonsense; The Illuminati and the Intelligenti; The Joy of Corruption; Nichemathics; and The illegal, just to mention a few.
Professor Nicholas Nicodemus Nana Nsowah-Nuamah, on the other hand, was honored as a Distinguish Fellow for his Extraordinary achievements as an excellent academic.
He is a full Professor of Statistics and has headed three Higher Education Institutions – currently the President of Dominion University College (DUC), Kumasi Technical University, and Regent University College of Science and Technology.
He is the immediate past Vice President of the Association of African Universities (AAU) responsible for West Africa (2017 – 2021). Professor N. N. Nsowah-Nuamah is also the Chairman of the Council of Independent Universities, an umbrella organization of private Universities in Ghana.
The Second Distinguished Fellowship Awardee, Professor Martin Gyambrah, is a senior Educational Manager, Strategy Consultant and Entrepreneur with extensive experience in institutional Development, Leadership and administration in international contexts (Legal Frameworks, Systems, Quality Assurance, Project Coordination, Financial Administration, Partnerships Development and Investor Management.
The German trained academic and corporate manager is the Founding Head of the University of Applied Management – Ghana, visiting Professor, University Institute Schaffhausen, Switzerland and Triagon Academy, Malta.
He holds a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.) focused on the policy, strategic and Organizational Applications of Technologies in Business and Education and Master’s in Studies of Excellence in Business. All from the University of Munich, Germany.
He also holds Postgraduate qualification in International Communication and Cooperation from the Munich University of Applied Sciences, Germany; Bachelor of Arts (Hons) degree from the University of Ghana and other certifications in Business Management.
Source: Clement Akoloh||parliamentnews360.com