- Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa, the youngest person to have gained admission to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in 2017 has successfully completed her education
- The St Louis Senior High School alumnus pursued a bachelor's degree in Mathematics at the prestigious university
- She commenced her tertiary education at the age of 13, and has completed at 17 years
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Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa, the young Ghanaian lady who made waves on social media about four years ago after becoming the youngest admitted student at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology has reportedly graduated.
A post sighted on the Twitter timeline of @DannyNo22447454 shared that the bright young lady pursued a degree in mathematics.
Before going to the university, Ruth went through her basic education at the Christ Our Hope International school and the Abraham Lincoln Junior High School in Kumasi.
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She decided to sit for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) and came out with flying colours after which she gained admission to St Louis Senior High School where she read General Science.
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Completing secondary school at the age of 13, she got admitted to KNUST in 2017 which made her the youngest person to have been admitted to the university.
Watch a video of an interview with Ruth, her father and sister linked below;
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a good looking young Ghanaian man by the name Etornam Komla Ahorsu recently emerged as the valedictorian of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology College of Engineering (KNUST) and the overall best graduation student in 2021.
Etornam shared the news on his LinkedIn timeline after the graduation ceremony of the 55th congregation of KNUST.
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The young man who pursued a bachelor's degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering revealed that his cumulative weighted average (CWA) was 86.05.
In his post, he gave thanks to God, his family as well as all the friends and lecturers who played vital roles in his academic journey.
The proud 2021 KNUST valedictorian went ahead to share all the awards he was privileged to have received through hard work and consistency;
Komla shared that he became the KNUST overall best student and also the best student of the KNUST chapter of the Ghana Engineering Students Association (GESA).
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