No matter what the situation is, you don't need to give up as said by one of China's billionaires, Jac Ma of alibaba that "Never give up; today is hard, tomorrow will be worse but the day after tomorrow would be sun shine."
Ghana is one of a few fortunate nations in Africa with such recognition of producing young, but talented and well nurtured professionals to fit in the various fields in the job market.
Saturday, 17h April,2021 too marked another history as Ghana had another young man who just graduated as a chartered accountant, be inspired by his adventures.
A 19-year-old Asuama Yeboah Atoapoma has become the youngest chartered accountant in Ghana at the moment (2021), following his recent graduation.
Yeboah had positive remarks on his academic life as he passed successfully his Chartered Professional Accounts' Examination in December last year.
Young but talented and workable skills:
Asuama Yeboah Atoapoma has been an entrepreneur since, thereby owning investment and business portfolios including:
A fast-food joint at the premises of the University of Ghana, a member of the End The Poverty Now Movement, OTA financial services, a farmer, and others.
We convey our heartfelt congratulations to Asuama Yeboah Atoapoma on his successful graduation as a Chartered Accountant.
Years ago, these people emerged as the youngest chartered accountants and are being positive influencers on the lives of Ghanaians and the economy.
James Awuku who has a chartered investment foundation certificate from CFA global and a member or student of Chartered Institute of Bankers Ghana since 2018.
Also, Solomon Etornom Asuhene a chartered accountant from the University of Ghana Business School.
Congratulations once again to all of them because the journey of education is always tough.
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