Solomon Etornam Asuhene, a level 300 student at the University of Ghana Business School has become Ghana’s youngest Chartered Accountant.
Solomon Etornam Asuhene, 19, studied BSc. Administration in Ghana’s premier university.
The level 300 student was revealed as the youngest Chartered Accountant to be graduating from the institute at its recently held 32nd Graduation ceremony of Chartered Accountants Ghana (ICAG).
Solomon joined ICAG, the body formally acknowledged for overseeing Professional Accountancy in Ghana while he was a level 100 student in 2017 at the University of Ghana.
At his first sitting, Solomon wrote 3 papers out of 4. He deferred his paper in Commercial Law for the next sitting.
In part 2, he wrote 7 papers which included a deferred paper from the previous sitting. He then passed all papers and has a celebrated record of a 7/7 pass.
At part 3, he passed 2 out of 4 papers in his first attempt. He later passed the remaining two at his next attempt.
Solomon completed all 14 papers for the professional course within a track period of 2 years.
He is currently majoring in Insurance under the Department of Finance in the Business School.
Solomon is also the Organizing Secretary of the UGBS students’ council, the Business House Junior Common Room (BHJCR).
In his current office, he’s playing a pivotal role to help organize the 40th Management Week Celebration together with the executives of the 2018/19 BHJCR administration as chairman of the UGBS students Council Central Planning Committee.
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