Felix Awonosua Aneba graduated from the University of Ghana in January 2024 with a first class degree.
He offered a combined major in philosophy and political science. This has led several people to cheer him on and wonder how he did it.
According to Felix Awonosua Aneba,
“Philosophy is a strong study, you don't just get it first class. A course full of logic and deductions. Felix Awonosua Aneba graduated with a first class in a combined major of philosophy and political science. Photo credit: Fekiz Aneba
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“To fulfill all righteousness, you must consider other things. Learn, have fun and participate in other extracurricular activities. That makes your life at university complete and you are a complete person to be able to work in the business world.”
Watch Felix in an interview below
Netizens praise first-class philosophy student
Several people took to social media to applaud Felix for his performance. Some responses are in the comments below:
Today I'm going to write deductive logic, rep. The whole 2 and a half house binnobsee say someone smile mpo says
Like adey, come biss, say it's a useless course, but while I search, chale congratulations, good job
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So what are the job prospects?
People get heads oo. Where the peak is in the starting point
After completion, he comes home to us as unemployed. Welcome brother. No work for the youth
With that, his is spectacular, if he doesn't take first-class den yawa
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Previously, Yen.com.gh reported that four outstanding young women from the University of Ghana School of Law's Class of 2023 achieved first-class distinctions, including valedictorian Abigail Wowolo with an impressive FGPA of 3.72.
The university highlighted their achievements, backgrounds, ambitions and hobbies and showcased the success of Jasmine Acheampong, Ohenewaa Armoh, Abigail Wowolo and Elenor Mogeri.
The news, shared by the Law Students' Union, drew widespread congratulations for these accomplished scholars from diverse educational backgrounds.