At the just ended Institute of Chartered Accountants. Ghana graduation and induction ceremony many students were duly given certification to prove their qualifications as Chartered Accountants but one marvelous beautiful lady from the University of Cape Coast stole the show by sweeping all 4 awards for the day. Let's know a bit about her.
Miss Deborah Azika, as she is called, is a native of Bea in the Bongo Constituency, Upper East Region. She grew up in a quite impoverished setting without electricity and other essentials like the big cities. Nevertheless this young lady decided to pay serious attention to her books and is now reaping the sweet fruits of her labour.
She pursued Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting where she bagged a first class from UCC; Ghana's toughest institution. Currently she is working as a top young employee at the Ministry of Finance, Ghana.
Unsurprisingly, she happens to be a staunch Christian and a Godly person who stood for Christ while in University and many recall her days with the Kwame Nkrumah Hall Christian Fellowship.
The residents of Bongo who cannot hide their joy have taken to social media to celebrate their daughter for her wondrous achievement and stellar results.
Right now she is being featured on big platforms and this young lady is definitely going far.
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