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This Is What KNUST Students Think About Presecans

So we asked some students in KNUST about their perception of Presecans, and these were their responses:

Daniel Obeng Atuah, 3rd year Acturial

‘I am an old boy of Presec and everyone knows from high school we are very smart and creative. We are just the best.’

Linford Boakye, 2nd year, Natural Resource Management

Presec boys, “dem just dey bore me!”‘

Nana Yaw Gyasi-Adonten, 5th year, Architecture

‘Honestly, they’re smart and intelligent but their bad side is they are ‘dull’ boys’

Nana Akyine Bonney, 4th year, Acturial Science

Emefa Ledi, 2nd year, Computer Science

They are mostly cute guys but their “vibes” are weak’

Ayimah Boakye-Darkwah, 2nd year, Mid-wifery

‘Presec boys are very good academicians. They also do well when it comes to sports’

Kofi Ampong, 2nd year, Communication Design

‘I think they are very clever and “dope” boys. Great fashionistas and a whole lot of creative dudes’

Bismark Awuah, 5th year,Pharmacy

‘They are cool guys but too much bragging about achievements”

Benjamin Agbesi, 2nd year, Mechanical Engineering

Very good academics but poor fashion sense. They make waves in photography, web designing. modelling and acting-very enviable’

Nana Ama Ansah, 4th year, Chemical Engineering

‘ “Braggers”, poor when it is time for sports’

Ann Parkingston, 1st year, Communicataion Design

‘Very cute boys, lovable and real. But they can easily break your heart so my ladies be advised’

Delali Ansah, 2nd year, Mechanical Engineering

‘Very tough, smart guys. They do so well in Science too’

Bright Tamakloe, 2nd year, Nursing

“Alooooooo” boys. All they know is bragging about their past. There is one in my class who is a good student but he loves ladies too much.’

Sandra Sarpong, 2nd year, Mid-wifery

I like them for their agility in sports and brainwork but they talk too much about what they have achieved in past years, always bragging about their aluminas and so on’

Precious Edem, 2nd year, Biological Science

‘They are nice and stand out in class. When it comes to bookworms and “sharks”, Presec boys are topmost.’

Here you go kuulpeeps. These are the views of a handful of KNUST students…

 

 

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