- The Ghanaian teenagers are final year students at Brampton Manor Academy
- They obtained A*A*A* in the school's examinations
- Nana and Kwame are headed off to study at Cambridge University and Warwick University respectively
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Students of Ghanaian descent in the United Kingdom (UK) have gained admission to Cambridge and Warwick Universities after achieving A*A*A* in their A-level examinations.
The students identified as Nana and Kwame excelled in the exams, obtaining A*A*A* at Brampton Manor Academy, and have gained admission to reputable universities in the UK.
Nana is heading off to Cambridge University (Trinity College) to study Philosophy, while Kwame will be studying Economics at Warwick University.
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On the Twitter page of Brampton Manor Academy, the school has celebrated brilliant students.
Another Ghanaian student excels in exams
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a Ghanaian student, only identified as Kwesi, has raised the flag of Ghana high after achieving excellent grades in his A-level examinations at Brampton Manor Academy in East London, UK.
Kwesi obtained A*A*A* in the A-level examinations and is heading off to pursue Economics at the University of Warwick.
Ghanaian twin brothers bag six As in exams
Also, Ghanaian twin brothers, Emmanuel and Ebenezer Boakye, have gained admittance into Ivy League schools in the UK after earning top scores in their A-level examinations.
The 18-year-olds achieved a combined six As and one A at Mossbourne Community Academy in the UK.
Emmanuel and Ebenezer Boakye, who reside in East London, will attend Oxford and Cambridge Universities, which are part of the Russell Group, the UK's equivalent of Ivy League schools in the US.
Couple gives birth to biracial twins
In a separate story, a mother in Manchester, England, Jade Ball, has given birth to a set of biracial twin boys who look different just like any other set of fraternal twins.
Jade Ball and her better half, Kade, gave birth to the adorable twins, Cole and Klay, last April.
In an interview with TODAY Parents, Jade Ball established that when she gave birth to the boys, ''it was obvious they weren’t identical.''