- Mary Adu-Gyamfi, a Ghanaian prodigy, graduated as the Best Female Graduating Student in Mining Engineering
- She gleaned the title during the 15th Congregation of the University of Mines and Technology - UMaT
- Netizens populated the comments sections of the university's socials, where she was celebrated to commend her
Mary Adu-Gyamfi earned superior grades for the Best Female Graduating Student in Mining Engineering during the 15th Congregation of the University of Mines and Technology - UMaT.
She cemented her achievement with a cumulative weighted average (CWA) of 83.54 when she graduated with a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Mining Engineering.
The prodigy was awarded over $1,000.00 (GH¢12,013.40) cash prize, an HP laptop for the milestone, and the opportunity to have her national service at Newmont.
The Newmont Award encourages and empowers females to pursue Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) careers, particularly in mining.
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See photos of Mary Adu-Gyamfi beaming with pride in the pictures below:
How people reacted to Mary Adu-Gyamfi's achievement
Nana Yaw Boadu indicated:
Congratulations, Miss Mary.
Chinwe Etonyeaku posted:
Wow! This is remarkable. Congratulations
Fred Aboagye-Larbi said:
Faustina Kwofie posted:
Ohenewaa Kakra Dankwa indicated:
Congratulations, a big one to you, Mary.
Fidelis Asenso Jackson indicated:
Big big congratulations to her.
Margaret Arkoh commented:
Oheneba Adwoa Achiaa said:
Moses Kanley said:
I wanted to meet this visionary lady.
Abraham Aduhene Donkor reacted:
Emmanuel Armah said:
Elizabeth Aboagye reacted:
Congratulations, my prezdo.
Marian Aggrey indicated:
Sarah Cudjor commented:
Samuel Sibil said:
Many congratulations, Mary.
Mark Mohamed Mak'onga indicated:
Congrats to her.
GH man graduates as valedictorian from KNUST
Still on education, YEN.com.gh reported that Humphrey Ashimatey emerged as valedictorian of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
He attained the commendable milestone with a Cumulative Weighted Average (CWA) of 85.09.
Humphrey Ashimatey has been celebrated in a post on X (Twitter) for grabbing the 2023 Best Graduating Student title.
Boys who wrote WASSCE exams in the 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).
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