- An intelligent graduate who attended Hope College in the Central Region called Obeng Godfred Aseda has got 8As in his WASSCE
- The smart and handsome boy from the small town named Gomoa Fetteh has just joined the trend of high school graduates who completed with flying colours in the WAEC exams
- Godfred's sister, Maame Awo Nyarkoa, indicates he is very proud of the performance
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Obeng Godfred Aseda, an intelligent senior high school graduate from Hope College has joined a trend of smart brains being celebrated on social media over their performance in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
Godfred's sister, Maame Awo Nyarkoa, who narrated the story to YEN.com.gh indicated that she was extremely proud of her brother's performance after he worked so hard.
Obeng Godfred Aseda originally hails from Akosombo and attended Akosombo international school for his basic education, after which studied the General Science programme in his senior high school and graduated with straight eight As.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has released the provisional results for the 2020 West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
Since the provisional results were released on Friday, November 13, 2020, social media has been awash with photos of the results slips of students who have excelled.
One other result slip to pop up is that of Daniel Kekeli Gakpetor, the young man who became the star of the 2020 National Maths and Science Quiz (NSMQ).
In other news, Shadrack Osei Boateng, a brilliant young Ghanaian student from the University for Development Studies, has graduated as the overall best student at the university.
Information obtained directly by YEN.com.gh indicates that Osei graduated with a CGPA of 4.94 although he was part of the first batch of engineering students.
Asante Amponsah Aaron, a gentleman at the Ghana Engineering Students' Association, UDS Chapter indicates that Shadrack studied Mechanical Engineering.
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