- A Ghanaian lady has excelled in her studies as she emerged as the 2021 valedictorian of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) in Ghana
- Asantewaa A-MacCarthy graduated with a CGPA of 3.971 out of 4.000 during the 54th congregation of UCC
- She also received three awards, including the Chancellor's Award and the award for the Best Graduating Doctor of Optometry Student
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''Shinning is a must for every daughter of the king. A God-girl is the pride of her father,'' the words of Asantewaa A-MacCarthy after graduating as the 2021 valedictorian of the University of Cape Coast (UCC).
She swept three awards, including the Chancellor's Award for the Overall Best Graduating Student, during the 54th congregation of UCC.
Asantewaa achieved it with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.971 out of the expected 4.000.
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Asantewaa went on to bag the Madam Yaa Ampemaa Award for Best Graduating Female Student and the Dr Kojovi Morny Award for Best Graduating Doctor of Optometry Student.
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She also emerged as the Overall Best Graduating Student of the College of Health and Allied Sciences and the Best Graduating Student of the School of Allied Health Sciences during the 54th congregation of her school.
When she mounted the podium to deliver the valedictory speech, the platform became a pulpit and her speech was nothing short of a sermon, she said in a Facebook post.
Her achievements have wowed many who trooped to her comment section to hail her.
Pope Jnr Ike said:
''Dear, keep soaring higher n higher.''
Ebenezer Kwame Opoku commented:
''Congratulations, girl God see you through all your endeavors in life.''
Harry Milton Snyper Hayford said:
''Congratulations, four years koraa we no see top na six years. You force papa.''
Nana Akua Akyeapomaa commented:
''Congratulations to you God girl, may God continue to bless you.''
Ghanaian Lady Emerges as Best Student in Communication Studies
Meanwhile, a determined Ghanaian student, Flora Kutorkor Addison has overcome the challenge of combining her education with work as she emerged as the Best Student in Communication Studies.
She also graduated with a first-class during the 20th Congregation Ceremony of Central University in Ghana.
Recounting her journey on LinkedIn, she admitted that it was hectic juggling her makeup business, studies, and church.
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