- Waterz Yidana, a young Ghanaian author's books have been adopted for postgraduates studies at the University of Ghana
- It is reported that the book was selected because Yidana's excellent plain-language disposition and writing style made the book so easily understandable and impactful
- The book titled, Madman and the Drunkards, was published in 2016 together with The Poetry, Letters & Short Stories
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Renowned Ghanaian author, Waterz Yidana, has had one of his books adopted for postgraduate studies at Ghana's premier university, the University of Ghana.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ameyawdebrah.com, it is confirmed that the School of Performing Arts adopted the book under the graduate course, Culture, Media and Society.
In an official letter sent to the brilliant author to gain his approval, it is indicated that Yidana's excellent plain-language disposition and writing style made the book so easily understandable and impactful.
Waterz Yidana has established himself as a top Ghanaian playwright, poet, activist and publisher. He wrote his first play, ‘The Mango Seed’ in 2007, and it was published in 2013.
In 2015, a Theatre Arts student of the University of Ghana directed this play as his project work. After that, The Mango Seed won the 2019 Efo Kodjo Mawugbe’s Prize in Drama awarded by the Ghana Association of Writers (GAW)
In 2016, ‘Madman and the Drunkards’ together with “The Poetry, Letters & Short Stories of Waterz Yidana’ were also written and published.
In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, Cyhana Lena Williams, a young lady who graduated from the University of Ghana in 2017 has been recruited at the world-renowned IT firm, Microsoft as a programs manager.
According to an update sighted by YEN.com.gh on her LinkedIn profile, Cyhana officially started working in September, 2020, after building a strong career for herself in the information technology industry.
A feature on Cyhana on studentshubgh.com indicates that she obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Geography and Resource Development.
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