Ghanaian ladies keep making themselves and the country proud with their outstanding achievements year after year
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2020 has been no different as a good number of beautiful young ladies amazed the entire nation with the academic feats.
YEN.com.gh has an interesting compilation
1. April Amanda Nutakor
She was adjudged the valedictorian for the University of Ghana Law School 2019/20 academic year.
She completed her Bachelor of Laws (LLB with a First Class and a Final Grade Point Average of 3.84.
2. Linda Tetteh
Linda Tetteh, a Critical Nursing Officer at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra added a new level of achievement to her amazing feats and went viral.
The brilliant mother of two indicates that she just graduated as the valedictorian of all Master of Philosophy programmes for the 2020 batch at the University of Ghana.
3. Vincentia Fosuaa
Vincentia Fosuaa, a young Ghanaian woman has emerged as the best graduating graduate student at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA)
Amidst cheers and commendations from her colleagues, the brilliant lady bagged MBA in Accounting and Finance at the 12th Congregation of the University
4. Florentina Naa Djama Odoi
The Ghanaian lady finished her Master's degree in Applied Statistics at Illinois State University in the United States.
5. Véronique A
In 2020, the brilliant lady graduated from the Knutsford University College in Accra 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.
6. Nana Ama
Nana Ama, a final year student, graduated as the 2020 valedictorian of the Regent University College of Science and Technology.
7. Shamima Opoku Amankwah
Shamima Opoku Amankwah, a brilliant girl who grew up in Ghana, left Wesley Girls' SHS when she was in year one and ended up becoming the best graduating student at Our Lord Secondary School in Canada.
In another interesting report, Kweku Apraku Agyepong is a student of the University of Ghana, pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Law (LLB), who as a child, struggled with his health as he was anaemic.
At one point, in his childhood, he fell so sick and his mother was asked by the doctors of Korle Bu teaching hospital to take him home to die because there was no hope.
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