- Captain Jamaldeen Tonzua has received the coveted Blavatnik Scholarship at the University of Oxford to pursue his postgraduate studies in Public Policy
- He holds a Master's with specialisations in International Law, Environmental and Energy Law from Georgetown Law
- Captain Tonzua graduated in the top 1% of his postgraduate law programme at Georgetown Law with distinction
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Army captain, Jamaldeen Tonzua, has been urged to keep inspiring the youth of Ghana after receiving the coveted Blavatnik Scholarship to study at the University of Oxford.
Captain Jamaldeen Tonzua will be pursuing a postgraduate programme in Public Policy at the prestigious university.
3news.com reports that, the chiefs of the Wungu Traditional Area where he hails from, urged him to make Ghana proud at the University of Oxford and to keep inspiring the youth through his extraordinary academic pursuits, professional excellence, and distinguished community service.
Chiefs betow blessings on him
The chiefs bestowed blessings on the Army Captain who has rendered service to his community when he called on them to inform them that he will be travelling out of the country for further academic pursuits towards enhanced community service.
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Other academic milestones
Captain Tonzua recently graduated in the top 1% of his postgraduate law programme at Georgetown Law with distinction.
The Ghanaian lawyer with specialisations in International Law, Environmental and Energy Law also received the prestigious Dorothy Mayer Award (for academic achievement and the potential for contribution to the legal profession and the individual’s community) and the Thomas Bradbury Award (for achieving the rank of distinction and the highest academic average in Master of Laws in Environmental and Energy Law).
Ghanaian Graduates with First Class in Law from Legon
Adusei joined the ranks of students who have attained First Class in law from the prestigious Ghanaian university.
He took to his LinkedIn page to announce the achievement, disclosing that he was excited and extremely grateful for making it this far, saying:
Celebrating the achievement
''I am excited to share that I graduated from the University of Ghana with a First Class Degree in Law,'' he said.
Ghanaian Lady who used Divine Direction to Start a Shoemaking Business
In a separate story, a young Ghanaian entrepreneur, Fafali, has recounted how the idea to start a shoemaking business came to her through a dream after several attempts to secure a job failed to yield positive results.
Fafali recalled encountering depressing challenges in her pursuit for a job, including men asking for sexual favours in exchange for employment.
Despite her relentless efforts, none yielded results. She recalls returning home one day exhausted from another failed job pursuit amid tears.