The successful businessman, Mr Stephen Boateng who is well known in Ghana as Kessben has been called to bar as a professional lawyer. Hundreds of lawyers have been called to the BAR to commence the legal profession after a short ceremony organised by the General Legal Council (GLC) in Accra on Friday, 24th June 2022 in which Mr Boateng (Kessben) was part.
Mr Stephen Boateng is the chief Executive officer or Director of the Kessben Group of Companies. The Kessben Group is an umbrella for a number of registered companies: Kessben Travel and Tours, Kessben Driving School, Kessben Computer School, Kessben Shipping and Forwarding limited, Kessben university and many more. The popular and well admired business guru has now a lawyer career to his name.
According to the GLC, Mr Boateng passed his professional law examination organized by Ghana School of Law, after certifying their results which makes him automatically a lawyer. This is not the only educational achievement he has in his life. Mr Stephen Boateng aka Kessben holds a first-class honours degree in Economics and Law, and a Master of Business Administration degree majoring in Finance from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. This really makes him a role model to many young kids and youths coming up.
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