Ghanaian engineer lands job with top electronic company as he bags master's from US varsity

Ghanaian engineer lands job with top electronic company as he bags master's from US varsity

- Ghanaian engineer, Andrew Amuna, has landed a job with electronic producing company Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL)

- Amuna earned his first degree in Electronic Engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)

- He went ahead to bag a Master of Electrical Engineering from the University of North Carolina

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Young Ghanaian engineer, Andrew Amuna, has attained a laudable feat as he joins the team at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) as an Associate Engineer.

Amuna is a perfect example of how effective hard work pays as he worked his way from the basic to where he finds himself now.

After graduating with a bachelor's degree in Electronic Engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Amuna, with a competitive mindset decided to take his education a notch higher.

Ghanaian engineer lands job with top electronic company as he bags master's from US varsity
Ghanaian engineer, Andrew Amuna, lands a job with Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) as he graduates with a master's from a US university. Image: @crabbimedia
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In December 2020, he graduated with a master's in Electrical Engineering from the University of North Carolina and was the 2020 Graduate School Commencement Speaker.

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Attaining these academic achievements has not been a walk in the park but his sense of purpose fueled his constant desire to pursue his dreams and make a difference.

With his academic qualifications and experience, Amuna has been employed at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) as an Associate Engineer- Engineering Rotation Program.

He would have the opportunity to work in the company's various divisions and assist the SEL team in making electric power safer, more reliable, and economical.

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previous reported that prominent Ghanaian-American plastic surgeon, Dr Michael Obeng, has successfully removed the Gorilla Glue Spray used by a Louisiana woman to hold her hair down after she ran out of hairspray.

Tessica Brown, 40, gained internet attention after posting about her ordeal on social media, revealing she had not been able to move her hair for about a month after applying the Gorilla glue.

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She flew to the Beverly Hills office of Dr Obeng on Wednesday for the procedure to remove the permanent glue.

In other news, the head pastor of Grace Mountain Ministries, Pastor Elvis Agyemang, has revealed ten dangerous women men should avoid if they want to have a lasting relationship or marriage.

According to pastor Agyemang, no one sets out to deliberately destroy their marriage, but some unknowingly drift into behaviours that damage their relationship or marriage.

Pastor Agyemang indicated that men should pay attention to red flags to avoid marrying a dangerous woman to prevent divorcing her in the future.

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