Education, be it formal or informal plays a major role in the lives of individuals. When it comes to formal education, the type of programs, one pursues at the University is usually tied to what one would like to be or do in the future. There are many instances where people never pursue a career in their field of study but rather do something way different from that.
Most of our Ghanaian celebrities have this very story to tell and in this article, we’ll take a look at Ghanaian celebrities who completed the University of Ghana and the programs they read in school and see if what they are currently into has anything to do with it.
The first person on the list is Efya
Efya, whose legal name is Jane Awindor is a Ghanaian singer, writer, and actress. She had her secondary education at Yaa Asantewaa Secondary school and then gained admission to the University of Ghana where she studied Theatre Arts and Music. Clearly, she knew exactly what she wanted to do in life and she pursued a degree in that.
Prince David Osei
Prince is a Ghanaian actor who attended Accra High School for his secondary education and then to the University of Ghana where he studied English, Sociology, and Theatre Arts. He is currently pursuing a career in that field.
Born on the 10th of March 1990, she completed her primary education at Martyrs of Uganda, Kumasi, and secondary education at Accra Girls Senior High school. She then gained admission to the University of Ghana to read theatre arts. She’s currently pursuing a career in that field as an actress.
Adjectey who is popularly known as pushers was born on the 7th of July 1973 and attended Labone Senior High School for his secondary education. After Labone, he was admitted to the University of Ghana where he pursued a degree in Fine art. Pusher has been making good use of his knowledge acquired from his course as an actor.
This fashion icon was born in Accra and is an old student of Wesley Girls Senior High. She proceeded to the University of Ghana where she acquired a degree in Geography and Information studies. She doesn’t seem to have pursued a career in these fields but she’s doing a great job as an actress and an amazing fashion icon.
Having received her early education outside of Ghana at the Wilmore Elementary School in Kentucky, USA, Lydia moved to Ghana and continued with her basic education at the Akosombo International School, and proceeded to St Louis Secondary School for her secondary education. She gained admission to the University of Ghana and obtained a degree in English Language and Information Studies. It’s fair to say that her current career may have some relation to the course she read.
She is legally known as Berlinda Addardey. Berla had her basic education at the St Theresa’s School and then to Achimota School for her secondary education. She is an alumnus of the University of Ghana where she pursued a degree in Linguistics and Psychology. She is currently a media personality and there’s no doubt she applies her knowledge from psychology from time to time.
Kaaki, officially known as Grace Kaki Awo Ocansey attended St Martin De Porres Basic School for her basic education. She continued to Achimota school and gained admission to the University of Ghana to pursue a degree in Midwifery. She is currently a Nurse and Musician.
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