- One of the World Trade Organization's representative for their Young Professional Program has taken to LinkedIn to share her good news
- Matilda Setutsi Frimpong announced that she was selected among 12 representatives who were shortlisted out of over 7,000 people who applied
- The young lady also revealed that the feat makes her the first ever Ghanaian and one of the youngest people to make it to the program
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An overjoyed Ghanaian lady by the name of Matilda Setutsi Frimpong has taken to social media to share an exciting news.
In her post on social media, Matilda shared that she was selected out of over 7,000 people from across the world for the World Trade Organization's Youth Professional Program.
She announced that the feat makes her the very first Ghanaian and one of the youngest ever representatives for the program.
According to Matilda, the program will allow her to understand how the multilateral trading system works and provide a hands-on experience on World Trade Organization.
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"This year's program welcomed 12 young professionals into the WTO from over 7000 applications, allowing us to advance our understanding of how the multilateral trading system works and providing us with a hands-on experience of the WTO's daily operations."
Dr Mabel Banson: Ghanaian Woman Becomes First Female Neurosurgeon Trained in Ghana
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Dr Mabel Banson of the Neurosurgery Unit, Department of Surgery at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, became the first female neurosurgeon trained in Ghana.
She joined the ranks of Ghanaian women such as Professor Nana Aba Appiah Amfo who quite recently made history as the first woman to be appointed as the substantive Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana.
Dr Banson's achievement has earned her accolades on social media, with Ben Dotsei Malor, Chief Editor - Dailies, UN News at United Nations, highlighting her trailblazing feat on his Facebook account.
In the post seen by YEN.com.gh, Ben Dotsei Malor writes:
''FIRST FEMALE NEUROSURGEON TRAINED IN GHANA: Many congratulations, Dr Mabel Banson. NO LIMITS. ''Salute to all the Holy Child students, staff, and alumni,'' he said.
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