- Solomon Etornam Asuhene is the youngest chartered account in Ghana, having graduated in 2019 at age 19
- Solomon attained the feat when he was also a level 300 BSc. Administration student at the University of Ghana Business School
- Many have showered praised on the young man on Twitter after he recounted that priceless moment he was certified in 2019
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A 20-year-old Ghanaian identified as Solomon Etornam Asuhene is being touted as the youngest Ghanaian to have been certified by the Institute of Chartered Accountants, in Ghana.
It is clear that Solomon was born in the year 2000 and was able to earn the high accolade as a chartered accountant in 2019, exactly 19 years later.
Solomon attained the feat when he was also a level 300 BSc. Administration student at the University of Ghana Business School
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of the young man, he celebrated his achievements and recounted that moment in 2019 when he graduated as the youngest Ghanaian chartered accountant.
See post below:
It is a widely known fact that becoming a chartered accountant is not a walk in the park as the examinations and other requirements one has to meet are exceedingly tedious.
This made Solomon's simple post go very viral as many people joined in to celebrate the young man for his profound achievement.
@JoeNyarko2 acknowledged how difficult the young man's feat must have been:
A young man who goes by the name Samuel recognized the greatness in Ghana's youngest chartered accountant:
Sadisco Hassan was amazed by Solomon's achievement and urged him to share his journey for others to draw inspiration from it.
Meanwhile, Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings has placed Ashesi University as the first in Ghana, 9th in Africa and one of the top 400 worldwide for 2020.
In an article sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ashesi.edu.gh, it is indicated that the criteria for the ranking included the measure of actions taken by universities to advance the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Furthermore, the measures taken are expected to show proof of promoting social and economic wellbeing around the entire world.
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