- A second-year KNUST student has won a bronze medal at the 2023 Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition
- Abena Oteng-Abayie received the honour after placing third in the prestigious contest and putting Ghana on the world map again
- Students of the Kumasi-based institution and online users have reacted to her astounding achievement
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Abena Oteng-Abayie, a second-year Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) student, has emerged as a bronze medalist at the 2023 Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition.
The BSc Chemical Engineering learner clinched the third position out of 34,924 contestants who participated from 50 African countries.
She appeared in a dress and long braids in the photo accompanying the post. Her look featured a broad smile.
See the post below:
How young students and Ghanaians reacted to the achievement of Abena Oteng-Abayie
Many could not hide their excitement as they lavished her with praises for winning the Queen's prize.
A big win for KNUST.
Congratulations to Abena Oteng-Abayie.
Congratulations to her!
Congratulations to her.
Congratulations to her.
Congrats, my dear lady.
Wow, congratulations, Abena.
Congratulations, sweet sister… always making the Oteng family proud.
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