- Claudia Kesse Boateng is the daughter of Kumasi-based business titan, Stephen Boateng a.ka. Kwabena Kesse or 'Kessben'
- The Ghanaian barrister earned her law degree from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)
- YEN.com.gh takes a closer look at her personality
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Ghanaian lawyer and entrepreneur, Claudia Kesse Boateng, is the daughter of business titan, Stephen Boateng, popularly known as Kwabena Kesse or 'Kessben'.
The accomplished barrister's dad is a multi-millionaire and one of the richest men in Ghana. Claudia is an alumna of Yaa Asantewaa Girls' Senior High School in Kumasi.
She earned her law degree from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and was successfully called to the bar after her training at the Ghana Law School.
YEN.com.gh learned that Claudia usually spends time in the United States with her family on vacations. She is currently in a relationship with someone who enjoys travelling around the world.
Meanwhile, Dr. Edzorna Kwame has become a model of Ghanaian excellence. He has graduated with a golden certificate from the University of Havana in Cuba.
The young ambitious man set off to maximise his educational potentials at the prestigious university in 2012.
After years of hard work, defeating tough challenges and daunting drawbacks, he has persevered and graduated with a distinction from the university.
In another story, twins are generally adorable people, but a set of adorable twins named Jackson twins, who have become an internet sensation, are continuing to warm hearts.
Recently, the adorable twins, who have become popular as little Akufo-Addo and Bawumia, were the centre of attraction at the launch of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) manifesto, which took place in Cape Coast in the Central Region.
The Jackson twins, 4-year olds, bedazzled many with their compelling sense of fashion and stunning performances.
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