- Joseph Paul Amoah, a Ghanaian sprinter has achieved a remarkable academic feat after graduating with an Accounting degree
- The renowned Ghanaian athlete graduated from the Coppin State University in the United States
- Joseph is one of only few Ghanaian athletes to qualify for the Olympics with the another being Nadia Eke
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Renowned Ghanaian sprinter Joseph Paul Amoah has successfully graduated from the Coppin State University in the United States with an admirable degree in Accounting.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Instagram handle of the Ghanaian athlete, Joseph Amoah was sighted at different parts of the university in his graduation gown and cap.
Joseph posted the photos along with the caption, “Not about where you are, but who you are” signifying the somewhat long journey from Kumasi to the United States.
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He also added that 2020 was his most anticipated year and although it has not turned out to be the best of years so far, all thanks still go to God nonetheless.
The Ghanaian sprinter in 2017 received a scholarship to study abroad after he got a transfer from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) because of his talent as a track and field athlete.
Joseph Paul Amoah made a mark on the African continent in his career as an athlete when he led the Ghana 4 x 100 relay team in the company of Sean Safo Antwi, Benjamin Azamati and Martin Owusu Antwi to win gold at 2019 All African games.
He also remains one of a few Ghanaian athletes to qualify for the Olympics with another being Nadia Eke
Meanwhile, Sammy Kuffour, a former player for the Ghana national men's soccer team, the Black Stars, has narrated that greatness comes from learning from the Holy Bible.
A report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Pulse.com.gh indicates that the successful football icon in Ghana made the profound revelation during a recent interview with Joy Sports.
It is opined by some that judging by how well the Bible is able to give instructions on living right and doing good, it should not be regarded as a book for Christians but a book for all humanity.
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