- The overallbest graduating student of the h congregation of the University of Cape Coast has resorted to social media to share her eng news
- In her poAsantewaa Aboagye-MacCarthy revealed that she graduated with a CGPA of 3.971 andceived five different awards
- The octor of Optometry graduate shared that she is glad she can now be seen as a positive point of reference for the upco
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A brilliant y lady by the name of Asantewaa Aboagye-acCarthy has recently taken to social media to share hessive achievement.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Facebook, the young lady who identifies as 'God-Girl' announced that she successfully graduated as the overall best aduating student of the 54th congregation of the University of Cape Coast having achieved a umulative Grade Point Average of 3.971 out of 4.000.
In her po, Asantewaa revealed that she received the Chancellor's award for the overall best graduating student ith a CGPA of 3.971, the Madam Yaa Ampemaa award for best graduating female student of the 54th Congregation.
She also received the overall best graduating student of the College of Health and Allied Sciences award, best guating student of the School of Allied Health Science the Dr. Kojovi Morny award for best graduating Doctor of Optometry Student.
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According to the post, the young lady believes she has become an evidence of the grace of God and a reference point of encouragement to every child.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ellen Essien, a gorgeous recent graduate from the University of Mines and Technology took to social media to announce her academic achievement.
On her LinkedIn timeline, she shared that on Saturday, November 20, 2021, she completed her tertiary education and bagged a first-class honours in Mining Engineering.
Young man who struggled academically at the University of Ghana graduates with 1st-class after 9 years
In addition to her feat, she emerged as the best performing female mining engineering student of the 2021 year group.
"On Saturday, November 20, 2021, I graduated from the University of Mines and Technology, Tarkwa with First Class Honours in Bsc. Mining Engineering. I also emerged as the best performing female mining engineering student in my batch of graduates." , she announced.
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