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Godwin Attram

Godwin Attram is a Ghanaian footballer who last played for Dhofar S. C. S. C. in the Omantel Professional League. Godwin began his career with home-based club Great Olympics in 1996. In 1998, he did not feature in a single match, he was transferred on loan to Danish club Silkeborg IF where he played a total of 31 matches scoring 5 goals. After an unsuccessful time in Netherlands, he signed a contract with Tunisian club Stade Tunisien but here again he did not feature in any match, he moved to Saudi Arabia where he played for giants Al-Shabab and scored 47 goals in a total of three seasons. He won the top-scorer award in 2006–07 season for scoring 13 goals, he spent a brief period with Al-Hazm in 2008 scoring 4 goals. In 2008, he scored 13 goals in 2008-09 season, he moved to Hatta Club in 2009. In 2010, he signed a contract with Alexandria based club Smouha, he stayed there for two seasons scoring 11 goals. In 2012, he featured for Hajer in fourteen matches, he scored the first and the only goal for the Al-Hasa based club against the Asian giants Al-Hilal FC.

On 10 September 2013, he signed a contract with Oman Professional League club Dhofar S. C. S. C, he represented the Ghana national football team in 2006 African Cup of Nations wearing the number 12 jersey. He scored one goal for the national team. Saudi Professional League-Top Scorer: 2006–07

Kimmo Kiljunen

Kimmo Kiljunen is a Finnish author and politician of the Social Democratic Party. He served in the Finnish parliament from 1995 to 2011, he was the Committee for Foreign Affairs. He served as the chairman of the Vantaa city council. Kiljunen was born in Ruokolahti, he obtained a PhD from the University of Sussex. Early in his career, Kiljunen published books on Finnish politics, international relations and development, he focused on European integration and bringing a parliamentary dimension to the work of intergovernmental organizations. He worked for the United Nations Development Programme in New York City and UNICEF in Nairobi. Kiljunen was a member of the European Convention that drafted a constitution for the EU, he lost in the 2009 elections of the European Parliament. Kiljunen was a member and vice-chair of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Parliamentary Assembly and led election observation missions in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. In 2010, he was in charge of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry into the Events in southern Kyrgyzstan, established after the President of the Kyrgyz Republic Roza Otunbayeva asked him, as Special Representative for Central Asia of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, to coordinate the process to establish it.

After broad consultation the terms of reference were endorsed. The KIC was mandated to investigate the facts and circumstances relevant to incidents that took place in southern Kyrgyzstan in June 2010, qualify the violations and crimes under international law, determine responsibilities and make recommendations on accountability measures, so as to ensure the non-repetition of the violations and to contribute toward peace and reconciliation. After publication of the report's findings, the Kyrgyz parliament announced Kiljunen as persona non grata. In addition to his role in parliament, Kiljunen has been chairing the Finnish delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe since 2019; as member of the Socialists and Greens Group, he serves on the Committee on Political Affairs and Democracy. In the latter capacity, he is the Assembly’s rapporteur on Armenia. Kiljunen is a member of the AWEPA Governing Council. Kiljunen married ambassador Marja-Liisa Kiljunen in 1972, they filed for divorce on 21 October 2008.

They raised two daughters and Riikka and two sons and Jaakko