- Sandra Lettu has worked her way into the historic academic annals of Legon
- She managed to pass out as a graduate and did so in grand style with an FGPA of 3.96
- Sandra is one of the very few 2020 graduates who scored very high marks
Madam Sandra Lettu, has shattered academic records and torn down stereotype walls after graduating from the University of Ghana as one of the school's valedictorians.
The young lady who has wowed many people including her own lecturers and colleagues studied BSc Administration and aced all her papers.
As a result, she scored a final grade point average of 3.96 which happens to be the best so far in her department and for that matter, she was adjudged the 2020 valedictorian.
This feat did not come on a silver platter to Sandra Lettu as she had to burn the midnight candle so as to ace all her papers.
After being adjudged the best graduating BSc Administration student, Sandra took to her LinkedIn account to thank all who played any role to see her become so successful.
She added that the feat and the achievement are rather humbling experiences for her and said she had always wanted to make an impact in her life and that of others.
Her post read:
"To God be the Glory, great things He has done! It is indeed a great honor to be named one of the Valedictorians of the University of Ghana 2020 Graduating Class.
This feat is truly humbling. My watchword has and will always be Impact. Join me on this impact journey! Let us together bring hope to the hopeless and lift the spirits of the dispirited.
It's been God from the very beginning. Blessing, Glory, Wisdom, Thanksgiving, Honor, Power and Might belong to our God! Amen and Amen!
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Dr. Kofi Nyarko-Pong has shattered academic barriers along with glass ceilings to emerge as a valedictorian of the Master's Finance class of the University of Ghana.
The learned medical doctor took it upon himself to pursue his masters in an entirely different field and he chose no other than an MBA in Finance and came out with flying colours.
Following the daunting task he set for himself, Dr. Kofi Nyarko-Pong met and exceeded what was required of him and even went on to be named the best graduating Masters in Finance student with a GPA of 3.95.
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