- Lois Afua Okyerewaa Damptey has been selected by the British Parliament to present her research findings to members
- She was selected from over 100 applicants from about 27 countries around the world
- Her research findings have meanwhile won her two awards; one from the International Centre for Diffraction Data (ICDD) and the other from the Royal Society of Chemistry.
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YEN.com.gh has learned that a Ghanaian engineering student studying for her PhD, Lois Afua Okyerewaa Damptey, will soon share her research findings with the members of the British Parliament.
Information available shows that followed an invitation from the House after she was selected from over 100 applicants from about 27 countries.
The applicants were asked to prepare a pictorial presentation of their academic research to the Pan African Conference on Crystallography and Damptey came out tops.
In 2019, she warded off competition from lecturers and other competitors to grab the top prize in engineering.
Per a report by Starrfm.com.gh, a jury of experts chose Damptey’s work as the best of the lot.
This won her two awards; one from the International Centre for Diffraction Data (ICDD) and the other from the Royal Society of Chemistry.
In other news, Nigerian singer, songwriter and entrepreneur, Oluwatosin Ajibade, has shared a photo of himself and his barber.
Ajibade, better known as Mr. Eazi, has shared a photo of himself and his barber, who was spotted wearing a suit and a tie.
In the photo, Mr. Eazi is seen seated with a blue apron across his chest area and wearing sunshades.
The barber, also wore a brown apron, a white shirt, a blue vest and a blue tie to match.
His post has attracted several comments from social media users.
Information available suggests that Mr. Eazi is the pioneer of the Banku music, which is a blend of Ghanaian highlife and Nigerian chord progressions and patterns.
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