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Meet the best student at the UG who had first-class

The group, graduant in 2021, graduated from the Law School of the University of Ghana. At the virtual conference on Saturday 31 July, nine students received first -class law degrees.

Nine firdt-class student, four women and five men, have made significant progress in the 2020/2021 school year. In the virtual awards ceremony, Christine Selikam Lassi received the highest rating with an FGPA rating of 3.75 and thus became the best student of the year.

1. Christine Selikem Lassey - Valedictorian (3.75 FGPA).

Christina completed her secondary education at a high school in Accra. He graduated from the University of Ghana School of Law with an FGPA rating of 3.75.Selikem aspires to fulfil God’s purpose for her life and is motivated by the word of God, her family, and friends.

2. Princess Judith Naa Adokarley Allotey

Princess graduated from Wesley Girls' High School. Sources of entertainment include watching movies, listening to music and reading. He is also motivated by his source of inspiration, God and his family, to do his best.

3. Solomon Biitian Damtar

Solomon graduated from Nabrongo High School and Cape Coast University. He aims to work as a private attorney and management consultant, specializing in tax and corporate law, criminal cases, international arbitration and science. He enjoys reading books, spending free time with family and friends, and watching films about laws, investigations and crimes.

4. Maureen Kyere

Maureen graduated from Achimota School and worked as a library director. As a feminist, she draws inspiration from the successes of other women. She attributed his academic level to God

5. Hassan Sanfo Diabate

In 2017, Hassan graduated from Adisadel College as the best student. Fear of failure leads him to the top and succeeds in all endeavors. Hassan goes to the movies to have fun, swim and try new food. He aspires to become the Secretary-General of the United Nations.

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