Lady graduates as best student in Computer Science with 1st class in Ghana

Lady graduates as best student in Computer Science with 1st class in Ghana

- Véronique A, a young lady in Ghana has graduated as Best Graduating Student in Computer Science

- The brilliant lady completed from the Knutsford University College in Accra

- Véronique explained that although she is proud to have gotten the high accolade, she understands it's only the beginning of a new journey

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An amazing young lady in Ghana identified as Véronique A has graduated from the Knutsford University College in Accra.

In a narration sighted by YEN.com.gh on her personal LinkedIn handle, the brilliant lady confirms to have finished school as the Best Graduating Student in Computer Science with First Class Honours.

In one of the photos she made public, Véronique A stunningly flaunted the elegant plague she was given by the university for her outstanding performance.

Lady graduates as best student in Computer Science with 1st class in Ghana

Lady graduates as best student in Computer Science with 1st class in Ghana Credit: Véronique A Source: LinkedIn
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Speaking about her outstanding feat, Véronique conjectured that although she is proud to have gotten the high accolade, she understands it's only the beginning of a new journey for her.

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She further explained that what excited her the more is the fact that during the period of her study, she was able to put in a lot of work and acquire required skills.

"I know it’s just the beginning of a new journey but I’m extremely proud of myself nevertheless, not especially because of the degree but mostly because I know that during those fours years I have put in the work, I have learned and have acquired the skills that are required," she said.

Meanwhile, Sangmorkie Tetteh, a beautiful and relentless Ghanaian lady has grabbed three solid degrees for herself after a long journey of struggling to make it into tertiary school.

According to a narration sighted by YEN.com.gh on her personal LinkedIn handle, the young lady indicated that after competing Mfantsiman Girls Secondary School, she had to stay home for four years before being able to go to tertiary.

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Her 'fallow' period ended in 2006 when Sangmorkie decided to proceed with a diploma, which she successfully pursued and bagged a certificate in.

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