- A social media user with the Facebook name Edward Miezah has celebrated bagging a Master of Science in Health Informatics
- Miezah graduated with a master's in Health Informatics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
- He shared details on his Facebook page along with a photo
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A social media user named Edward Miezah on Facebook has celebrated bagging a Master of Science in Health Informatics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
Attaining this laudable academic achievement came with its ups and downs but Miezah finally graduated with his master's from the esteemed university.
Miezah earned his master's at a time when the world is troubled with a deadly pandemic that previously compelled businesses and schools including universities to shut down.
Despite the major challenges owning to the pandemic, he managed to pull through to bag a master's in Health Informatics from KNUST.
Announcing the achievement recently in a post on social media, Miezah attributed his academic gains to God.
"Today, I graduated with a Master of Science in Health Informatics from KNUST. It has not been easy but it Awesome God has been faithful and reliable. Most grateful, ASEDA, (to wit, Most grateful, thanks)."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported Dr Rose-Mary Owusuaa Mensah Gyening is the first woman to graduate with a PhD from the Department of Computer Science in the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
The Ghanaian woman and mother admit her journey to obtaining a doctorate in a science field was not easy especially because she had to combine her studies with raising her kids.
Announcing her academic feat in a post on her Facebook page, Gyening disclosed that despite the challenges, she was determined to make her mark.
In other news, a multi-skilled businessman identified as Jonas who builds and repairs home theatre systems and converts computer monitors into television sets has disclosed that he is naturally gifted.
Jonas, 28, received his junior high school education at Nkawkaw in the Eastern Region but couldn't further his studies because of his deprived background.
Despite having no formal education in engineering, Jonas skillfully builds and repairs home theatres, amplifiers, monitors, and other electronic gadgets using his God-given skill.
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