In other news, - Mustapha Abdul Hamid has dropped a rare photo of his son
- The Minister for Inner City and Zongo Development took to his Facebook to share a picture of his son as he graduated from UCC
- Zaki Abdul-Hamid graduated from the University of Cape Coast with a Bachelor of Arts Degree (Second Class Honours, Upper Division) in Communication Studies.
- Just like his dad, Zaki also became the SRC President of UCC for the 2019-2020 academic year
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The Minister for Inner City and Zongo Development and the former minister for information, Mustapha Abdul Hamid has dropped a rare photo of his son.
Zaki Abdul-Hamid recently graduated from the University of Cape Coast with a Bachelor of Arts Degree (Second Class Honours, Upper Division) in Communication Studies.
The Zongo minister took to his Facebook page to announce how proud he was of Zaki and how far he has come to achieve the feat.
Like father like son, Zaki is a budding leader who started to take leadership positions from his basic education level right to the tertiary level.
He was the Boys Prefect, St. Peter’s Mission School, 2012-2013; Boys Prefect, Sekondi College, 2015-2016; Casford Hall Secretary, 2018-2019 and
Just like his dad, Zaki also became the SRC President of UCC for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Mustapha Hamid however prayed that his son would be better than him and achieve more than he has achieved in his life.
He also encouraged Zaki not to rest on his oars, he should remain principled, not bear grudges, show gratitude, be confident but humble, and above all things be God-conscious.
In other news, Teye Eric Kwao, an ambitious Ghanaian gentleman, has become a master in masonry after failing to achieve his childhood dream as a medical doctor.
Information obtained directly by YEN.com.gh's Edward Asare indicated that Eric is an alumnus of Akuse Methodist Senior High Technical School.
After that, he proceeded to study building and construction at the Koforidua Technical University when he couldn't get admission into medical school.
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