A Ghanaian Facebook user who goes by the name of Francis Kudjoe, has expressed gratitude for being the first Ghanaian to be able to participate in the Space Studies Program of the United States (US) National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) International Space University (ISU).
The Space Studies Program (SSP) is a graduate level course offered by the International Space University that touches on principle space related fields. It's program that's been offered by the International Space University since 1988.
Mr. Francis Kudjoe, who shared a post of himself carrying the Ghanaian flag in - what we can only guess is - one of the conference rooms at the ISU, revealed that he is the first Ghanaian to have participated in the Space Studies Program.
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"Highly favored and very much privileged to be the very first Ghanaian citizen to participate in the Space Studies Program of the International Space University (ISU)," he said.
Checkout Francis Kudjoe's post below:
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