- A young Ghanaian woman, Dr Shekira Yahaya, graduated as the Overall Best Medical Student from the University for Development Studies (UDS)
- She clinched six other coveted awards during the 22nd congregation ceremony of UDS
- Dr Yahaya received the Ghana Medical Association Award for Overall Best Medical Student, among others
A young Ghanaian woman, Dr Shekira Yahaya, has graduated as the Overall Best Medical Student during the 22nd Congregation Ceremony of the University for Development Studies (UDS).
Dr Shekira Yahaya made herself proud as she graduated from the prestigious university with seven coveted awards, including the Mr Poku Prize for Best Medical Student in Paediatrics and Child Health and Ghana Medical Association Award for Overall Best Medical Student.
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The brilliant doctor also won other laurels at the 22nd graduation ceremony of UDS.
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Dr Shekira Yahaya won the Vice-Chancellor Award for Best Student in MBChB, Dean’s Award for Overall Best Graduating Medical Student, Dr. Sory Prize for Best All-round Graduating Medical Student, and Registrar’s Award for Best Student in MBChB.
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Best Graduating Student from UDS
Meanwhile, Adam Mohammed Abideen, a young man from the University for Development Studies (UDS) in Tamale, has become the valedictorian of the school with a remarkable academic grade.
Sharing the success story on his LinkedIn handle, Mohammed indicated that he studied Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting), bagged a first-class and a final CGPA of 4.9 on a scale of 5.0.
The brilliant young man also won the UDS Award for Overall Best Graduating Student, Vice Chancellor's Award for Best Graduating Male Student (Humanities), Alumni Award for Best Graduating Male Student (Humanities), Best Graduating Student in the School of Business & Law, and the Best Graduating Male Student in the School of Business & Law.
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