- A former UCC student, Victor Kojo Dei, has been named Ohio University's 2023 Most Outstanding Student in Communication and Development Studies
- The Ghanaian student is graduating from the esteemed US institution with a 4.0 Grade Point Average (GPA)
- Dei's outstanding achievement was noted in a tweet that garnered admiration from internet users
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A Ghanaian student named Victor Kojo Dei has been adjudged the 2023 Most Outstanding Student in Communication and Development Studies at Ohio University in the US.
The University of Cape (UCC) alumnus is graduating with a 4.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) from the prestigious university.
He received the title at the CIS awards ceremony held by the school to celebrate students for milestones.
Victor Kojo Dei's expertise
Dei is well-known for his vast expertise in reporting, news anchoring, moderating chat shows, and editing online news articles focusing on cultural, health, and educational topics.
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He was a committed reporter for the University of Cape Coast and a member of the Ghanaian Institute of Public Relations. Dei is interested in health communication, especially regarding mental health.
According to the university, Dei will seek a doctorate in Health Communication at the University of Kentucky this fall (September). Congratulations.
Netizens have lavished him with compliments after his accomplishment became public via Communication and Development Studies at Ohio University on Facebook.
See the post below:
Reactions to Victor Kojo Dei's milestone
Andrew Donkor posted:
Congratulations, Proff Kojo Dei. We are so proud of you.
Fredrick Daoyenikye said:
Samuel Domina posted:
Lois Domena commented:
Abdul Hameed Amponsah reacted:
Collins Smart Ketere said:
Proff Kojo Dei is a reflection of determination and dedication. Congratulations on this achievement and the next chapter
Victor Vidogo commented:
Brilliant lady is first Black person to graduate with PhD in Anthropology from school
In another story, YEN.com.gh reported that a driven young lady with the Twitter name Tina Lasisi (@TinaLasisi) celebrated graduating with a doctoral degree from Pennsylvania State University in the US.
According to Lasisi, she imprinted her name in the sands of time by becoming the first Black student to receive a PhD in Anthropology from Penn State.
In a Twitter post spotted by YEN.com.gh, she is seen glowing for the camera with a smile. Lasisi was photographed in an academic cap.
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