Meet 3 special Ghanaians who became chartered accountants before they turned 20

Meet 3 special Ghanaians who became chartered accountants before they turned 20

The stories of three of Ghana's youngest chartered accountants, Ekua Tandoh, Semavor Kekeli and Solomon Asuhene, are the stories of young geniuses hitting marks of excellence that would make grown-ups jealous.

They say that age is just a number but the world cannot look away if you hit some excellent heights at certain ages. And that is what Ghana's youngest chartered accountants did.

To be called a chartered accountant in Ghana, you should be identified by the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG).

Which also means you passed the internationally known Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) examinations in Ghana. And these young men and woman, did all of this before they were 20.

1. Ewuraba Ekua Tandoh

19-year-old Ewuraba Ekua Aseda Tandoh stole the nation's attention as she was recognised for completing all of the ACCA exams at age 19 in 2018.

Tandoh is also pursuing a four-year business programme at the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS), majoring in Accounting.

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2. Semavor Kekeli

Meet 3 special Ghanaians who became chartered accountants before they turned 20

Semavor Kekeli. Photo credit: Kasapafmonline.com
Source: UGC

The youngest Chartered Global Management Accountant in Ghana is Semavor Kekeli. He is also the 11th youngest in the Africa.

Currently, Kekeli holds an undergraduate degree from Kings University College alongside achieving this great feat in such a difficult programme.

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3. Solomon Asuhene

Meet 3 special Ghanaians who became chartered accountants before they turned 20

Etornam Solomon Asuhene. Photo credit: Business Insider
Source: UGC

Solomon Etornam Asuhene is offering BSc. Administration in Ghana’s premier university. In 2019, he became the youngest Ghanaian to be a chartered accountant.

Solomon joined ICAG, the body recognized for overseeing Professional Accountancy in Ghana, as a student in 2017 when he was in level 100 at the University of Ghana.

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