Ghanasco Graduate: Former Student With 4.89 CGPA Named Valedictorian Of UDS School Of Engineering

Ghanasco Graduate: Former Student With 4.89 CGPA Named Valedictorian Of UDS School Of Engineering

  • Abdul Rahman Lansah, a former Ghanasco student, has been crowned the UDS School of Engineering's valedictorian
  • He graduated from the Ghana-based university with a great Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 4.89
  • Internet users showered compliments on Lansah after the school celebrated his milestone on social media

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A former student of Ghana Senior High School (Ghanasco), Abdul Rahman Lansah, has emerged as the valedictorian of the University for Development Studies (UDS) School of Engineering.

Lansah, whose academic journey began at Kobilmagu Sobriya Islamic School in Ghana, graduated with a 4.89 Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) from the Ghanaian university.

Lansah's difficult past

According to UDS, the young graduate had a difficult path to receiving an education due to financial constraints.

Photos of UDS valedictorian Abdul Rahman Lansah.
Abdul Rahman Lansah, a former Ghanasco student, graduates as valedictorian of UDS School Of Engineering. Photo credit: @udsvibes/Dizoba Martin.
Source: Twitter

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Lansah overcomes challenges

Despite the financial struggle, Lansah overcame the odds, recently graduating with a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from UDS.

The university celebrated the achievement in a Twitter post seen by

''Congratulations to our valedictorian, Mr. Abdul Rahman Lansah, for achieving this incredible milestone! Your dedication to academic excellence is an inspiration to us all. We can't wait to see the impact you'll make in the world,'' the post read on Twitter.

Many internet users showered compliments on Lansah over the remarkable milestone.

See the posts by UDS below:

Facebook reactions to Lansah's achievement

Bawah Chakilia Sufiyan said:


SirKubs Gh reacted:

4.89 CGPA in UDS? That's awesome! Congratulations.

Ngmene Christopher posted:


Ayadago M. Yussif reacted:


Leonel Hazard Awidi commented:


Abdul Nasir reacted:

Congratulations, always proud of you.

Frank Ntaalegna Sakorla commented:

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Abubakari Zakaria said:


Commanda Gh commented:


Rufai Adam said:

Great work. Congratulations!

Adam Harun commented:

Shark, congratulations.

Sulayman Wayo posted:

Congratulations. God dey indeed.

Crystal Empress posted:

Massive congratulations to you, dear; we are super proud of you.

Sa Dart said:

Congratulations, senior. All the best in your future endeavours.

Yakubu George commented:


Darke Jona-than reacted:

Congratulations to him.

Eugene Osei Foresight posted:

Congratulations, senior.

Abdul Basit Abdul Rahman shared:


Issahaku Junior Isaac posted:


Dan Mariam commented:


Öñä Ĺášbörñ said:


Prince Modoo commented:


Abdullai Abomasom

Congratulations to you

Bukari Ayuba posted:

Congratulations said:

Abubakari Mohammed Sherif reacted:


Abukari Bashiru commented:


Muudy Sulemana said:


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She earned the distinction for her year group by earning a BSc in Mining Engineering with a Cumulative Weighted Average (CWA) of 87.41%.

The institution praised the prodigy on Twitter for creating history among her classmates.

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