Three Ghanaians have emerged top globally in the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) exams.
Kwaku Osei-Mensah, emerged the World’s best performing student in ACCA’s Audit and Assurance Paper out of over 12,000 students who sat the exam globally in the September 2017 exams.
Speaking to Kwaku Osei-Mensah, he could not hide his joy, “I couldn’t believe it initially. The feeling was great. I just couldn’t contain it. For me, from the beginning, I have been putting in my best,” Myjoyonline, reports.
“For students sitting the exams, you should focus, it’s all about you, you have to work hard” he added.
Another top prizewinner was Desmond Bredu who emerged the world’s second best performing student in Advanced Audit and Assurance out of over 800 students who sat for the exams globally in March 2018.
Alex Dankyi Asare emerged the 3rd Best Performing Student in Corporate Reporting amongst over 8500 students who sat the exams globally in March 2017.
These global winners were amongst 80 other prizewinners who were awarded at the just ended ACCA Ghana Annual Students’ Summit and Job Fair 2018.
The Summit which was under the theme “Becoming a Strategic Business Leader” saw close to two thousand participants throng the Accra International Conference Centre with a keen interest in understanding ACCA’s new qualification and ways to improve their employability skills.
But we are much inspired by the 19-year-old Ewuraba Ekua Aseda Tandoh stole the show as she was recognized for completing all of the ACCA exams at age 19.
She spent a few minutes with the moderator Bernard Tawiah as she inspired the audience with her life story and her ACCA journey.
These Kuulpeeps deserve some accolades, don’t you think?