- A Ghanaian girl who has a first degree in chemical engineering from KNUST chose to pursue accounting after school and excelled at it
- El-Nissi Anderson sat for the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants exams, having received tutorship since 2019, and emerged with the best results in four papers
- In a LinkedIn post, the driven young lady thanked all who helped her understand the accounting field and supported her when she needed it
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El-Nissi Anderson, a gorgeous and brilliant Ghanaian lady, has made many proud after pivoting from her background in Chemical Engineering to the Accounting space.
Last week, I was humbled to have received four ACCA awards for the papers below: Taxation (best in Ghana for March 2021 sitting and 9th in the world), Strategic Business Reporting (best in Ghana for September 2021 sitting), Advanced Audit and Assurance (best in Ghana for December 2021 sitting), 3rd best affiliate (December 2021)
The brilliant lady took the opportunity to thank her family, tutors, and everyone who made it possible for her to achieve such a feat. She also encourages people who hope to venture into the accounting space to just take the step and never lose focus.
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To anyone without an accounting background but hoping to start ACCA, my advise is just start, be focused and never give up!!
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that while studying Optometry at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Ghana, Emmanuel Amankrah quit to pursue his childhood dream. As a child, he had always seen himself becoming a medical doctor, and he walked a path towards realizing this dream.
Born and raised in Koforidua in the Eastern Region of Ghana, Amankrah grew up in a financially stable home, and he recalls growing up in love. His father was liberal but ensured that he exceeded social and educational expectations.
Amankrah attended basic and junior high school at Madona School in Koforidua, where he grew up. He later went to the Presbyterian Boys' Secondary School (PRESEC- LEGON) to study Science.
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