- A gentleman who was denied medicine at KNUST despite his brilliant grades has succeeded in studying medicine at UHAS and graduated successfully
- Samuel Edudzi Gavor had had 7As when he finished high school after which he was denied the coveted programme & went ahead to hold top portfolios during his studies at UHAS
- Samuel's story is, undeniably, a shining example of how relentlessness and persistence produce desired results in life
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Gavor Edudzi Samuel, a gentleman who graduated from senior high school with 7As and was denied admission into medical school at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science (KNUST) and Technology, has graduated as a medical doctor.
Samuel bagged his doctoral degree at the University of Health and Allied Science (UHAS) at Ho and became part of the first batch of medical doctors produced by UHAS.
Information obtained directly by YEN.com.gh indicates that the brilliant young man, after he was denied Medicine at KNUST, studied Food Science at the school for one year and emerged as the best student before quitting to pursue Medicine UHAS.
While at UHAS, Samuel confirms that he held many top portfolios including being the first EC chair for the Medical Students Association (MSA), first UHAS MSA Organizing Secretary and the second MSA president.
In the mainstream, Samuel Gavor, an alumnus of Keta Senior High Technical School, also served as the SRC legal advisor for the 2018/2019 academic year.
Samuel's story is, undeniably, a shining example of how relentlessness and persistence produce desired results in life.
Dr Anita Oppong-Quaicoe, one of the quiz mistresses who moderated the 2020 National Science and Maths Quiz, was once a contestant on the same stage.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Nsmq.com.gh, Dr Oppong-Quaicoe joined the pool of NSMQ moderators in 2020 and has moderated some contests at the Regional Qualifiers as well as the Preliminary Stage.
It is reported that Oppong-Quaicoe represented Ghana National College at the National Championship of the National Science & Maths Quiz (NSMQ) in 2005.
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