- The overall best graduating student of the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT), Tarkwa has resorted to social media to share his good news
- Samuel Edem Kodzo Tetteh revealed that he acquired a Cumulative Weighted Average (CWA) of 91.45 in Geological Engineering
- The Vice Chancellor's and the Ghana Institute of Geoscientists award receiver thanked his family, friends, course mates and lecturers for supporting his journey
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Samuel Edem Kodzo Tetteh, a vibrant Ghanaian young man has recently taken to social media to announce that he graduated as the overall best student at the 13th congregation of the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT), Tarkwa.
The brilliant young man shared on his LinkedIn timeline that he pursued a bachelor's degree in Geological Engineering and his Cumulative Weighted Average (CWA) was 91.45.
He added that he won the Vice Chancellor's award and the Ghana Institute of Geoscientists awards for being the overall best graduating student.
Samuel went ahead to express his gratitude to his family and friends and well as his course mates for the diverse ways they contributed to his success.
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He ended by thanking his lecturers at UMaT for their teachings and guidance.
In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Samuel was asked the secret to being an excellent student to which he replied;
"The secret is to Trust God, to be consistent as small drops of water will eventually form a mighty ocean, and to be persistent as challenges abound.", he said.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a brilliant young Ghanaian opened up about the challenges he encountered on his path to becoming the best graduating student in the Department of Accounting, the best graduating student in the Faculty of Accounting and Finance, and the Overall best graduating student of the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) during the 13th Congregation.
Ernest Mawuli recounted in a post on his LinkedIn timeline that it took the intervention of his pastor and other supporters to emerge as the best in his academic journey.
The grateful young man shared that he lost his father while in secondary school and life went downhill from there. He soon found an angel in his pastor who took him in and saw him through secondary education.
Payment of fees became a major challenge as the academic years went by. It got to a point where catering for school fees had to be prioritized over money for upkeep.
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