KNUST: 2 Lecturers From UMaT Earn PhD In Chemical Engineering From University, Folks Praise Them: "Thank God"

KNUST: 2 Lecturers From UMaT Earn PhD In Chemical Engineering From University, Folks Praise Them: "Thank God"

  • Dr Ato Fanyin-Martin and Reverend Dr Johannes Ami, two lecturers at UMaT, have received their PhDs in Chemical Engineering
  • The pair earned their doctoral degrees from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)
  • The successes were emphasised in a tweet, which was widely praised by scores of internet users

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Two lecturers at the University of Mines and Technology's (UMaT) GNPC School of Petroleum Studies have bagged PhDs in Chemical Engineering.

Dr Ato Fanyin-Martin, the chaplain at UMaT, and Reverend Dr Johannes Ami received their doctoral degrees from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

Dr Fanyin-Martin and Dr Johannes Ami hailed online

In a Twitter post seen by YEN.com.gh, UMaT celebrated the duo's remarkable accomplishments.

Photos of Dr Ato Fanyin-Martin and Reverend Dr Johannes Ami.
2 lecturers bag PhD in Chemical Engineering from KNUST. Photo credit: @UMaT_EDU_GH.
Source: Twitter

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"Congratulations to Dr Ato Fanyin-Martin and the University Chaplain, Rev Dr Johannes Ami ... on their attainment of their PhDs in Chemical Engineering from the KNUST. Ayekooo,'' part of the post read.

The high-achieving men were photographed in their graduation gowns, beaming with smiles.

More than 9,000 people viewed the post, which gathered over 260 reactions.

See the pictures below:

Reactions to the achievement of Dr Fanyin-Martin and Dr Johannes Ami

@Deefata said:

Congratulations Dr. Thank you.

@dynamite_bc commented:

Congrats, noble profs.

@koa2017 said:

Congratulations. Thank God.

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