- 23-year-old Samuel Amofa who hails from the Akyemansa District of the Eastern Region has achieved great success
- The young man initially got grade 13 when he completed high school and earned a full scholarship to study at KNUST
- Samuel did not take this for granted as he went ahead to learn hard and emerge as the valedictorian of his class
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Samuel Amofa, a brilliant 23-year-old Ghanaian gentleman has been able to graduate on top of his class at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, recording only one C in his entire programme.
Narrating his emotional story to YEN.com.gh, Samuel revealed that he went to Akokoaso Senior High School, which is one of the less endowed schools in the Akyemansa District of Eastern Region, Ghana.
"I read General Science. I finished with an Aggregate of 13 and was the best of my Batch. I was on the top of my class from my first year to my final year," he recalls.
From high school, Samuel was able to study Natural Resources Management at KNUST with full scholarship from 2017 to 2021 where he performed brilliantly once more.
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According to the intelligent young man, he desires to pursue further education outside Ghana but is currently in need of scholarship opportunities in spite of his skyscraping academic performance.
"I need the scholarship to study abroad for my master's and any support offered would be greatly appreciated," he said.
Rosemary: Girl from Mirigu in Upper East bags first class at University of Ghana
In an equally exciting story, a beautiful young lady identified as Rosemary Ayelazuno Achentisa has risen from a humble beginning to achieve great success that is being admired by all and sundry on social media.
Sharing her story in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Rosemary revealed that she hailed from Mirigu, located in the Kassena Nankana West District in the Upper East Region of Ghana with very limited resources.
With relentlessness and hard work, she has been able to attend and successfully graduate from the University of Ghana with first class in Geography and Resource Development with Archaeology.
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