Meet Vincentia Fosuaa the overall best graduate student at UPSA's 2020 congregation

Meet Vincentia Fosuaa the overall best graduate student at UPSA's 2020 congregation

- An alumnus of the Wesley Girls High School called Vincentia Fosuaa has emerged as the best graduating graduate student from UPSA

- Vincentia graduated with an MBA in Accounting and Finance and a Final Cumulative Grade Point Average (FCGPA) of 3.83

- Although she worked very hard, Vincentia reveals that it came to her as a shock when her name popped up as the best graduating graduate student

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Vincentia Fosuaa, a young Ghanaian woman has emerged as the best graduating graduate student at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA)

According to an official report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Upsa.edu.gh, it is indicated that Vincentia graduated with a Final Cumulative Grade Point Average (FCGPA) of 3.83.

Amidst cheers and commendations from her colleagues, the brilliant lady bagged MBA in Accounting and Finance at the 12th Congregation of the University

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Meet Vincentia Fosuaa the overall best graduate student at UPSA's congregation 2020

Meet Vincentia Fosuaa the overall best graduate student at UPSA's congregation 2020 Source: Upsa.edu.gh
Source: UGC

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It is reported that the valedictorian is a proud product of the Wesley Girls High School in Kumasi and was really amazed to have become the best graduating student.

According to her, although she always worked hard and believed in perseverance, she could not believe her eyes when she saw her name in the brochure as the best graduating student.

Vincentia, as part of her awards, took home the Philip Owiredu prize for the Best Graduating Student in MBA in Accounting and Finance as well as the Mike Tyson prize for the best graduating graduate student in the Management Accounting course.

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In another captivating report, Akwasi Frimpong, a Ghanaian athlete, has narrated how inspiration he drew from the late Black Panther star, Chadwick Boseman, causing him to make an impression at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.

According to a news report by Pulse.com.gh, Akwasi participated in the Men' Skeleton training at the Olympic Sliding Centre on February 7, 2018, in Pyeongchang-gun, South Korea.

Akwasi mentioned that his sterling performance was mainly because he desired to depict the role of Black Panther in real life.

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