Felicity Incoom, a student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) came out as the overall winner of the MTN Pulse Business Challenge competition, taking home the cash prize of GHS10,000 and MTN souvenirs.
In second place, was Samuel Safo Owusu-Acheaw, a student of Ashesi University, winning a cash prize of GHS3,000 and MTN souvenirs, James Alvah Damptey of University of Professional Studies (UPSA) was the 2nd Runner up and went home with a cash prize of GHS2,000 and MTN souvenirs.
The competition was organised by HR Focus Africa in partnership with MTN Ghana, to capture and nurture business leadership in students across tertiary schools in Ghana.
The competition spanned a period of 5 weeks, and involved challenges of different forms, presentations, and career development training sessions. The competition’s final event was held at the MTN Head office on Thursday, 17th of December 2020.
The competition attracted over 30 participants across universities in over four regions in Ghana. Some of the schools represented include KNUST, UPSA, University of Ghana, Ashesi University, Takoradi Technical University, Wisconsin University, Ghana Institute of Journalism, KAAF University, All Nations University and University of Energy and Natural Resources.
For participating and putting their best foot forward, students who made it to the top ten in the competition were awarded souvenirs from MTN.
source: MTN Ghana
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