- Joseph Appiyah, a Prempeh College alumnus, has received his medical degree from the KNUST School of Medical Sciences
- He announced the impressive achievement on LinkedIn and thanked everyone who helped him along the way
- Dr Amanski, a Ghanaian doctor who lives in Germany, has urged Appiyah to take advice from more experienced people to advance his career in an interview with YEN.com.gh
A former Prempeh College student, Joseph Appiyah, has graduated with a medical degree from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
He expressed his excitement in a LinkedIn post as he made the commendable accomplishment public.
Appiyah applauds his colleagues
He said the milestone marks the culmination of years of perseverance, sacrifice, and unwavering dedication to the medical field.
''To my fellow graduates, congratulations on reaching this significant milestone! Together, we have overcome challenges and grown into the healthcare professionals of tomorrow. I have no doubt that our collective contributions will shape a brighter future for medicine,'' he said on LinkedIn.
Appiyah expressed gratitude to his family, friends, and the outstanding teachers at KNUST School of Medical Sciences.
''With deep appreciation for everyone who has played a role in my success, I eagerly embrace the opportunities. Join me as I embark on this fulfilling journey as a physician,'' he added.
In an interview, Germany-based Ghanaian medical professional Dr Amanski advised Appiyah to take advice from more experienced people in his field to advance his career.
''He and the other graduates deserve my congratulations for their accomplishments. Even though practising medicine in Ghana is difficult and stressful, he must give it his all.
''He should take care of his mental health, and I advise him to seek group therapy to help him deal with it and reduce his stress. For career advancement, he should also learn from his seniors' experience,'' Dr Amanski told YEN.com.gh.
Read his full post here.
Ghanaians celebrate Joseph Appiyah
Netizens who reacted mostly congratulated him for the remarkable achievement.
Daniel Ohemeng Minkah posted:
Joseph Appiyah replied:
Daniel Ohemeng Minkah, thanks boss.
Selorm Tsrakasu posted:
Joseph Appiyah replied:
Selorm Tsrakasu, thank you!
Samy Flex posted:
I tap into your blessing. Congrats wai.
Yaw Papabi said:
You've done well. Congratulations.
Boys who wrote WASSCE exams in same SHS become doctors
Previously, YEN.com.gh reported that two friends who wrote their West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) together in Ghana have become medical doctors.
The duo attended and studied the same course in a Ghanaian senior high school, where they wrote the West African Examinations Council's (WAEC) WASSCE before heading to the same university.
X user, formerly Twitter FestusLivingst1, disclosed that they both attended the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
Lady named Overall Best Graduating Diploma in Midwifery student
Also, YEN.com.gh reported that Ghanaian Kate Agyakomah emerged as the overall best graduating student in the seventh cohort of the Diploma in Midwifery programme at the University of Cape Coast (UCC).
She won the title over her peers with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 4.0 at the university's graduation ceremony.
The Voice of UCC took to Twitter to accentuate the accomplishment of the hardworking lady.
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