28-year-old Ghanaian CEO who runs her own university speaks about the future of education in Ghana

28-year-old Ghanaian CEO who runs her own university speaks about the future of education in Ghana

- Caroline Esinam Adzogble is the founding CEO of the Caroline Group

- The Caroline Group has six subsidiaries including Potters International College, Caroline University, International Boarding Schools Services, and others

- The 28-year-old Ghanaian entrepreneur and educationist recently sat down for an interview with YEN.com.gh

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After a major obstacle that prevented her from pursuing her dream of attending medical school, Caroline Esinam Adzogble envisioned something much greater.

Ten years ago the young Ghanaian entrepreneur and educationist began to establish a legacy beyond attending medical school and becoming a doctor.

Esinam Adzogble established Potters International College to ensure that, as much as possible, economically disadvantaged people don't become victims of their circumstances when it comes to pursuing their education aspirations.

At 28, Esinam Adzogble is the founding CEO of the Caroline Group; a major business conglomerate originating in Ghana, West Africa.

The Caroline Group has thriving subsidiaries including Potters International College, Caroline University, International Boarding Schools Services, International University Services, Mercy Heart Foundation, and Everyday Travel and Tours.

28-year-old CEO who runs her own accredited university speaks about the future of education in Ghana

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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Esinam Adzogble made history as the youngest woman in Ghana and in Africa to have launched her very own accredited international university, Potters International College.

Through her charity outlet, Mercy Heart Foundation, she has provided merit-based scholarships to deprived students to study abroad.

Speaking about how she envisions education in Ghana in the next 10 to 20 years, Esinam said she sees the curriculum changing.

''I see the curriculum changing. We’ll focus on experiential learning and focus on skill-based learning and making sure the students that are in school are able to study courses relevant to what they need, she told YEN.com.gh.

She added: ''I will see more of what they study in the field and also people embracing online education.''

Watch the video of Caroline Esinam Adzogble with YEN.com.gh and hear her inspirational message to young girls:

In another story, at a time when the world is grappling with a pandemic, Ghanaian game developer, Dynasto Afedo, has invented a mobile game called RWC Racing Vol. 1.

RWC Racing Vol. 1 is a racing game that makes use of Ghana’s means of transportation. It also highlights some of the country’s notable landmarks.

The mobile game comes at a time when people are struggling to cope with a stress-induced pandemic. RWC Racing Vol. 1 provides people with options to cope with the coronavirus.

Afedo reveals that he is a game developer and also into solution-based mobile applications.

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