Martha Bissah: 23-year-old Ghanaian Olympic medalist graduates from top US university

Martha Bissah: 23-year-old Ghanaian Olympic medalist graduates from top US university

- 23-year-old Ghanaian female athlete, Martha Bissah, has graduated from Norfolk State University in the US

- The talented young lady got a BSc in Business Administration from the renowned institution

- She was part of a contingent of athletes from Ghana for the Summer Youth Olympics in 2014 and won a gold medal for the country

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Martha Bissah, a 23-year-old Ghanaian athlete has graduated from the Norfolk State University in the United States of America with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and major in Management Studies.

Myjoyonline.com and modernghana.com report that Bissah formed part of a contingent of athletes from Ghana for the Summer Youth Olympics in 2014 and won a gold medal for the country.

It is on record that in February 2017, the brilliant and hardworking lady won four gold medals at the Mid- Eastern Athletic Conference Indoor and Track & Field Championships.

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Ghanaian athlete Martha Bissah graduates from university

Ghanaian athlete Martha Bissah graduates from university Source: myjoyonline.com; citisportsonline.com; ghanaweb.com
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During her time at the university, Martha was named the Female Athlete of the Year for two consecutive years in 2018 and 2019.

Her award in 2019, came after she set a new championship record in the US’ Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) women’s cross-country with a time of 17 minutes, 16 seconds.

During her graduation, Martha put on a beautiful kente outfit to project the Ghanaian culture to the rest of the world.

In another powerful story by Briefly.co.za Netflix added Zimbabwe billionaire, Strive Masiyiwa to the board. Zimbabwean telecommunications billionaire Strive Masiyiwa has been added to the Netflix, Inc board.

Quartz Africa reported that the mogul would be joining the popular streaming site's board. Masiyiwa is the founder of Econet Group which has operations and investments in 29 countries in Africa and beyond.

Masiyiwa is very excited to be embarking on this new business venture and expressed his feelings about the deal in a statement:

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"Netflix is at the forefront of bringing great entertainment from anywhere in the world to everyone in the world, and I look forward to working with the board,” said Masiyiwa.

Netflix has been venturing into Africa by adding a number of originally African shows to be watched on the streaming site. The company is adding diversity to its board by appointing Masiyiwa to the board.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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