- A lady by name Queendela Adu-Poku has graduated as the overall best student in Central University for 2019
- Queendela graduated with an FGPA of 3.98, taking over from Ewudziwa Elizabeth who was in the same position in 2018 with an FGPA 4.0
- Central University has celebrated Queendela on their Facebook page
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Central University has awarded Queendela Adu-Poku as the valedictorian for her year batch as she was adjudged the overall best student.
A post found on the Facebook page of Central University reveals that Queendela Adu-Poku chalked the enviable success with a final GPA of 3.98.
It would be recalled that just last year in 2018, the same university awarded a lady by name Ewudziwa Elizabeth as the valedictorian who had a 4.0 FGPA.
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It was said jokingly that the race for valedictorians is beginning to look like a league for women now since two ladies have won it back to back.
Queendela Adu-Poku, as part of her successes, was the Best Banking and Finance Student.
She also received the Joyce Aryee award for Best Female performing student, not forgetting the Chancellor’s Award for Overall Best Performing Student.
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Meanwhile, a lady by name Dzifa has stirred social media with her brave heart as she posed happily in her graduation picture with her father who lost his life just two weeks earlier.
The picture was cited by YEN.com.gh going viral on Twitter. In the viral tweet, the lady explained that her father was buried exactly two weeks before her graduation ceremony.
She said her father always looked forward to the big but sadly passed away before it.
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