Maxwell was described as an embodiment of academic excellence and social consciousness. He has continuously displayed brilliant academic prowess, and exemplary leadership, in his involvement in class activity and community engagement projects.
If you have ever wondered what living with Einstein might have been like, you should definitely spend some time with him.
Rightly so, he was selected to represent Ashesi at the Next Einstein Forum in Senegal in 2016. The forum, seeks to make Africa a global hub for science and technology and believes that the African continent can produce its own Einsteins. We dare say the selection team got it right with this student.
Graduating today with a near-perfect academic record, he has taken many opportunities to apply his scholarly aptitude to serve and mentor others. From his sophomore year through to his senior year, he served with Project Eureka, a science-tutoring community engagement project in Berekuso, where he facilitated laboratory sessions to help students.
A Mastercard Foundation Scholar, he has stood out among his peers as an exemplary academic, an inspiration and a quiet force for good.