- Erica Arthur, a 24-year-old student has made history by winning an election
- The brilliant female student has been elected the president-elect of the Western and Central (WEC) administrative sector of TTAG
- Erica Arthur thrashed her male contenders to clinch first place
A female student of Ola College of Education, Erica Arthur, has thrashed her male competitors to win the presidential election of the Western and Central (WEC) administrative sector of the Teacher Trainee Association of Ghana.
Erica Arthur, 24, was elected president of the Western and Central (WEC) administrative sector of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) for the 2019/2020 academic year.
The brilliant female student contested equally competent men in a fierce election and beat them to clinch first place.
Erica Arthur was elected during the 24th Annual sector delegates’ congress held at the Enchi College of Education in the Western Region, making her the first female to be elected to occupy the position of the sector presidency after serving as vice-president.
The young resilient female student first gained admission to Ola College of Education in 2017 and made history when she was crowned the face of Ola College of Education for the 2018/2019 academic year.
Erica Arthur served as the president of the Science, Mathematics and Technology Students Association in the same academic year.
She earned a leadership role when she was elected as the SRC vice-president and the women’s commissioner of Ola College of Education and doubled as the vice-president of the Teacher Trainees’ Association of Ghana, Western and Central sector for the 2018/2019 TTAG year.
As a young lady, she completed her basic education at Wisdom Preparatory school at Enchi, Western North region. And later attained her senior high school education at Armed Forces Senior High Technical School in 2013.
Erica hopes that her achievements would urge other young women, especially girls, to pursue their dreams.
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