A young Ghanaian man, Isaac Asare, has etched his name in the history books of Campbellsville University in the United States after being named valedictorian.
The former Mfantsipim School student was named as the council's top graduate for the class of 2023.
Isaac Asare named valedictorian at American University Photo credit: @2O something with Daniella/YouTube, campbellsville.edu
With this achievement, the young man has become the first African in the history of the university to earn the enviable title of valedictorian.
At the time of writing the report, the video announcing Isaac's academic achievements had been viewed more than 9,000 times and was captioned:
“This is why BOTWE is trending. An elite Mfantsipim gentleman”
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Twin brothers named valedictorian and salutatorian
Their hard work paid off when they graduated with honors, with Abdul-Rahman graduating as valedictorian and his brother Abdul-Rahim emerging as salutatorian.
The duo graduated with different cumulative weighted averages (CWA). Abdul-Rahman earned a CWA of 88.79, while his twin brother, Abdul-Rahim, graduated with a CWA of 88.67. They both graduated with a BSc degree in Mining Engineering.
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Bright Owusu Boadu, another bright young man, was also appointed valedictorian of the College of Agric and Natural Resources of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
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He emerged as the College's top graduating student in the 57th Congregation after achieving a course weighted average (CWA) of 78.88 percent.
Many people who responded to the news of Bight's outstanding academic performance praised him for being named valedictorian. of the graduating class.