UG Law School: Meet The 9 First-Class Graduating Students Of 2021

University of Ghana Law Faculty

The University of Ghana held a Virtual Congregation Ceremony on Saturday, July 31, 2021, for students of the School of Law who completed their programme of study during the 2020/2021 academic year.

Nine members of the 2021 graduating class of the University of Ghana School of Law, obtained first-class honours.

The nine first-class students consist of four women and five men.

Christine Selikem Lassey graduated top of her class with an FGPA of 3.75, making her the valedictorian.

Here are some interesting facts you need to know about them:

Christine Selikem Lassey – Valedictorian (3.75 FGPA)

Christine is an alumna of Accra Girls’ Senior High School. She loves hairstyling, playing cards, watching TedTalks and writing. She is motivated by the word of God, her family and friends, and aspires to fulfil God’s purpose for her life.

Christine Selikem Lassey

Princess Judith Naa Adokarley Allotey

Princess is an alumna of Wesley Girls’ High School. She loves watching movies, listening to music and reading. She is motivated by God and her family, and aspires to be the best she can be.

Princes Judith Naa Adokarley Allotey

Solomon Biitian Damtar

Solomon is an alumnus of Navrongo Senior High and the University of Cape Coast. He aspires to become a Private Legal Practitioner and Business Consultant specializing in Tax and Corporate Practice, Criminal Litigation, International Arbitration and Academia. He loves reading, spending leisure time with family and friends, and watching legal, investigative and crime-related movies.

Solomon Biitian Damtar

Maureen Kyere

Maureen is an alumna of Achimota School There, where she held the position of Library Prefect. As a feminist, she is inspired by the successes of other women. She also attributes her success to God.

Her current projects have focused on climate change and addressing gender-based violence. She loves cooking, swimming and travelling.

Maureen hopes to become the President of the Republic of Ghana in the future.

Maureen Kyere

Hassan Sanfo Diabate

Hassan is an alumnus of Adisadel College, where he won several academic laurels including the overall best form 3 Student in 2017.

According to him, one thing that pushes him to do his best is his fear of failure, and is, therefore, motivated by his fear of not being a success. Hassan loves watching movies, swimming and trying out new food. He, however, hopes to one day become the UN Secretary-General.

Hassan Sanfo Diabate

Vanessa Ama Serwah Kofinti

Vanessa Ama Serwah Kofinti is an alumna of Ola Girls Senior High School. She is motivated by God, her parents, friends and a great deal of intrinsic motivation. She aspires to work in International Relations and Development on projects centred around African women and minority groups. “I would also love to contribute to academia during my downtime,” she adds.

She loves reading African fiction, travelling, cooking and creating recipes and cocktails.

Vanessa Ama Serwah Kofinti

Martinson K.Y. Bediako

Martinson is an alumnus of Achimota School. He is motivated by his family and consistent affirmations that “I can do anything I put my mind to”. He aspires to be an outstanding and impactful practitioner and academic. He loves reading African literature, running, using Twitter.

Martinson K.Y. Bediako

Kwame Adusei

Kwame Adusei is an alumnus of Kumasi Anglican SHS. He is inspired by the stories of those who have gone before him, and aspires to be a top-notch constitutional and litigation lawyer. He loves playing FIFA and watching movies.

Kwame Adusei

Frederick Agaaya Adongo

Frederick is an alumnus of Notre Dame Minor Seminary Senior High School. He is motivated by God and loves reading, writing, researching and farming. He aspires to be an erudite legal academician and, ultimately, a Justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana and/or a Judge of the International Court of Justice.

Frederick Agyaaya Adongo

source: Kuulpeeps/UG LSU

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