Young Ghanaian actor Rahim Banda has gained an admission to study at the University of Ghana.
The 18-year-old was one of the matriculants at the 2019 matriculation ceremony of the university held on Saturday, September 28.
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In a photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Rahim was spotted in his matriculation gown after the ceremony on the university campus.
Showing some swag, the young actor looked excited about his admission as he posed for pictures.
Banda's admission into the university comes just a year and some months after he was voted as the school prefect of Ghana National College in Cape Coast.
As reported by YEN.com.gh at the time, Banda received overwhelming support to win in 44 out of the 52 classes in the school.
Born on November 25, 2000, Rahim rose to fame as child actor about nine years ago.
His father, Ahmed Banda, is a music and movie producer who is popularly known as Bandex and his mother is from Thailand.
He was, at the beginning of this year, named alongside colleague young actor, Abraham Attah, as ambassadors for government's Free SHS programme.
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