Princess Korkor Boateng: Level 400 UGBS Student Becomes Ghana's Youngest Qualified Chartered Accountant At 18
- Princess Korkor Boateng, an 18-year-old girl, has become the youngest-ever qualified chartered accountant in Ghana
- The brilliant young lady achieved the feat while being part of the 2023 year batch of the UGBS
- Princess' achievement has won her many accolades on social media as many netizens were impressed by it
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The University of Ghana has announced that one of its students at UGBS has become the youngest to graduate with the highest professional level in accounting.
Princess Korkor Boateng, who is 18 years old, has made history by becoming the nation of Ghana's youngest-ever person to become a chartered accountant.
This was announced on the official Twitter handle of the premier Ghanaian university, where Princess was greatly congratulated for achieving the highly coveted feat.
“Princess Korkor Boateng, Level 400 UGBS Student, for emerging as the youngest person ever, at age 18, to qualify to be a Chartered Accountant in Ghana, for 2023. Ayekoo," an attached flier read.
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Ghanaians congratulate Princess Korkor Boating on her achievement
The historic achievement of Princess has got social media buzzing with reactions, with many celebrating her with heartwarming messages.
Below are some of the comments YEN.com.gh gathered.
Wow. Let us hand over the economy to her let her work her magic coz eii
Congratulations Princess. The sky is the limit, be an inspiration to the youth, particularly the ladies.
Congratulations, Princess Korkor. Incredible feat. What a milestone! Great, great & kudos to all who made this happen, @ugbsofficial
Wow!! Soooo proud of her. Apparently, she entered Legon at the Age of 14yrs
See the post from the University of Ghana below:
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In a separate story, Enoch Dzah, a man from Ghana, overcame obstacles and passed his tests to become accepted into the Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAG).
On January 14, 2023, he was admitted to the ICAG, and on LinkedIn, he reflected on his challenging journey.
''How I became a qualified chartered accountant in seven months after passing nine papers in two sittings while juggling my master's, pastoral work (ministry), my 8 am-5 pm work, and my personal life,'' he began.
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