Ghanaian Man Once Denied KNUST Certificate Because Of 14 Trails Lands Scholarship To Study In UK

Ghanaian Man Once Denied KNUST Certificate Because Of 14 Trails Lands Scholarship To Study In UK

  • Emmanuel Nana Appiah Sam, who encountered 14 trails after enrolling in KNUST, has achieved significant academic success
  • In an interview with YEN.com.gh, he shared his journey from facing initial setbacks to graduating as the top student at the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR)
  • Now he has obtained a scholarship for a master's degree at University College London (UCL)
  • He also expressed gratitude for the support he received and emphasised the transformative role of prayer in his life

Ghanaian achiever Emmanuel Nana Appiah Sam, who faced 14 trails after studying at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and was denied a certificate, has now reached remarkable academic heights.

In 2020, he earned his first degree at the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) as the top graduating student.

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Currently, he's pursuing a master's degree in the UK at the prestigious University College London (UCL) on a scholarship.

Emmanuel Nana Appiah Sam at University College London
Emmanuel Nana Appiah Sam gets a scholarship to study at UCL Photo credit: Emmanuel Nana Appiah Sam via WhatsApp
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In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Emmanuel shared the exciting news of his academic journey.

He revealed getting two successful scholarship applications, including the UCL Global Master's Scholarship and the UCL GREAT Scholarship.

Emmanuel Nana Appiah Sam is grateful to everyone who has helped him get this far

Moreover, he expressed gratitude for the support he received from Honorable Alexander Afenyo-Markin, his friend Kojo Ghunney, and his uncle and mentor, Dr. Odame-Larbi, who helped cover various expenses.

Emmanuel concluded by expressing his deep gratitude and recognizing the positive impact of prayers on his life, adding,

"I am grateful for the prayers of Apostle Gilbert and Pastor Nana, which changed my life. I have also been a consistent Alpharian since May 2022."

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Ghanaian scholarships seeker achieves dream of studying in the UK with fully funded UEA master's scholarship.

In another story, Benedict Asare, a determined young Ghanaian, has shared his journey of realizing his dream to study in the UK.

In a LinkedIn post, he revealed that the University of East Anglia (UEA) has awarded him a fully funded scholarship to pursue his master's degree.

Asare, who embarked on his scholarship quest in 2019 and faced setbacks, recently achieved his goal in 2022, highlighting his inspiring journey.

Inspiring video: Ghanaian man's journey from struggle to success in the UK.

Meanwhile, an inspiring video showcasing the remarkable transformation of a young Ghanaian man has left many feeling motivated.

Kwadwo Poku shared the video, documenting his life in Ghana and the positive changes he experienced after relocating to the UK.

Netizens celebrated his resilience and determination, viewing his journey as a testament to the belief that hard work can lead to incredible possibilities.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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