Ghana School of Law: 2 Central University Alumni Graduate As Best Students In Criminal Law, Folks Hail Them
- Two former Central University Law Faculty Class of 2022 students graduated as the finest in Criminal Law from the Ghana School of Law on Friday, May 5
- Messrs Julius Odoi Amesimeku and Prince Ofoe Akoto were among those who received their hard-earned certificates on the graduation day
- Their alma mater celebrated their achievements online, which received 67 comments and 26 shares from online users
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Two former students of the Central University Law Faculty Class of 2022 jointly emerged as the Best Graduating Students in Criminal Law at the closing ceremony of the Ghana School of Law.
Messrs Julius Odoi Amesimeku and Prince Ofoe Akoto were among the graduands who walked across the stage to receive their certificates on Friday, May 5.
The pair made themselves and their alma mater proud with their accomplishments during the graduation ceremony at the school.
Central University celebrates Amesimeku and Akoto
In a Facebook post, Central University lavished accolades on the brilliant duo for their accomplishments.
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''Our heartfelt congratulations to Messrs Julius Odoi Amesimeku and Prince Ofoe Akoto, two of our alumni from the Central University Law Faculty (Class of 2022), for emerging as joint Best Graduating Students in Criminal Law at the closing ceremony of the Ghana School of Law Criminal Prosecution and Litigation Course,'' the post said on Facebook.
More than 270 people saw the post, which gathered over 67 comments and 26 shares from online users.
See the post here.
Netizens congratulate Amesimeku and Akoto over their achievement
Prosperity Edzordzinam Akoto commented:
Pearl Abaka posted:
Kofi Antwi Jnr reacted:
Diana Ayeley Creppy commented:
King J J Numo said:
Peter Mensah posted:
Congratulations to both. Keep making Central University proud.
Larbie Mensah said:
Kennedy Dery commented:
George Ahuahey-Gidimadjor posted:
Michael Worlako Klu reacted:
Josephine S Jimmie commented:
Rubby Ankude said:
Prince, you owe me big-time congratulations to my brother and co-GNAAPIAN.
Odoi Julius replied:
Thank you so much, Central University and everybody. We're most grateful.
Solomon Djangmah said:
Congratulations, Prince Ofoe.
Annertey Abbey-Kakabukor commented:
SedemMixbeatz GH said:
Abi Love posted:
Congratulations, my men. Soar higher.
Levi Corsah commented:
Central Law Faculty is the best.
Maame Efua Yankson said:
Congratulations, you have made Central University proud.
Albert Tet shared:
That's awesome! Congratulations.
Levi Corsah commented:
We live where dreams are born. Big up Central Law Faculty.
Kobby Ofori-Atta said:
Congratulations, General of Sege.
Ghanaian lady receives GH¢12,000 as she graduates from UMaT
Still on education, YEN.com.gh previously published that a Ghanaian lady received GH¢12,000 for emerging as the 2023 Overall Best Female Graduating Student at the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT).
Alberta Agyapomaah Tawiah graduated with a Cumulative Weighted Average (CWA) of 87.41% in BSc Mining Engineering to claim the title for her year group.
The university took to Twitter to heap accolades on the prodigy for making history among her cohorts.
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