- Seven students from the University of Ghana Law School have graduated with first-class honours
- They graduated during the university’s virtual congregation ceremony
- Covid-19 has stopped 'real' graduation ceremonies from taking place but that did not hold this bunch back
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A virtual ceremony was held on Thursday, 30 July. The seven students who made themselves and their loved ones proud completed their Bachelor of Law (LLB) degrees with first-class honours.
Prosper Batariwah, Vanessa Alabi, Esmeralda Akorfa Afenyo, Emmanuel Dei-Tumi, Seth Doe, Emmeline Ziwu, and Amanda Nutakor have become an inspiration to many following their recent academic milestones.
Amanda Nutakor was adjudged a valedictorian as she graduated with FGPA 3.84.
Universnewsroom.com reports the number of first-class students from the Law School this year is an improvement of what was experienced in 2019.
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The seven students who graduated with first-class honours are the highest number of persons to have completed with first-class honours since the Law Faculty became a full-fledged school in the 2014/15 academic year.
In 2019, only five students bagged first class from the University of Ghana Law School.
Briefly.co.za has compiled the seven students who graduated with a first-class Law degree from the University of Ghana class of 2020.
1. Amanda Nutakor
2. Emmeline Ziwu
3. Seth Doe
4. Esmeralda Akorfa Afenyo
5. Emmanuel Dei-Tumi
6. Vanessa Alabi
7. Prosper Batariwah
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a single mother with the Twitter name, tha_ashcash, has proudly gushed about her academic milestone along with stunning graduation frames.
The mother of two handsome boys posed alongside her children in the impressive photos. tha_ashcash revealed she has successfully graduated from a renowned university with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Science.
Her story is truly motivating because of the challenges working and single mothers have been coping with in the modern world. It has been even more difficult for her because one of her kids has a disability.
Women like her are combining their education or studies with household chores while raising tomorrow’s leaders.
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