Science KNUST: Ghanaian Kenneth Blekor, a valedictorian graduate of the College of Science

Kenneth Sena Blekor, a student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), has emerged as the valedictorian of the school’s College of Science.

He achieved this feat with a cumulative weighted average (CWA) of 84.74.

He is the overall best student, past Kelvin Tamakloe, the College of Engineering’s 2023 valedictorian.

Kenneth Sena Blekkor graduates from KNUST as valedictorian of the College of Science Photo credit: @VOICE_of_KNUST Source: Twitter
Source: Twitter

In a message Kenneth was celebrated on Twitter.

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“Kenneth Sena Blekor, an Actuarial Science student, has been named valedictorian of the College of Science with a CWA of 84.74. He emerged as the top graduating student out of 1,775 graduates of the college.”

Comments on the message

@MrChampionn said:

The face alone should tell you he came out first

@AlfredOmarSter1 wrote:

0.02 leading the3 ei‍♂️

@CobbiJones said:

Congratulations man Reus ❤️

@Kwame_______ wrote:

People dey shark o

@haruna_fauzan said:

Congratulations GIANT, we are standing tall indeed!

@Sir_Kwofae wrote:

So he leads by 0.02?

@Jaysondesmond said:

In the race for the overall best graduate, Actuarial Science takes the lead. Kenneth Sena Blekor (84.74) is narrowly above Kelvin Tamaklo (84.72) by 0.02.

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In a LinkedIn post, Joseph shared his joy at making this commendable achievement public.

He said the milestone marks the culmination of years of perseverance, sacrifice and unwavering dedication to the medical field.

Boys who clear WASSCE exams in the same SHS become doctors

Also, two friends who sat their West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) together in Ghana have become doctors.

The duo attended and studied the same course at a Ghanaian secondary school, where they wrote the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) WASSCE before attending the same university.

X user FestusLivingst1 revealed that they both attended Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

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