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10 most famous Achimota students of all-time

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The school's alumni have piled up some fantastic achievements 

School pride runs somewhere down in most auxiliary schools, however maybe no secondary school can flaunt more conspicuous characters than Achimota School. 

As one of the most seasoned auxiliary schools in Ghana, Achimota School has seen innumerable understudies go through its corridors. 

From presidents to business pioneers to top-level performers, the school's alumni have piled up some mind boggling achievements. 

Achimota School appears to siphon out an unprecedented number of achieved people. Thus, we chose to assemble a rundown of probably the most renowned "Motown" understudies ever. 

In no specific request: 

Robert Mugabe 

Robert Mugabe was a Zimbabwean progressive and lawmaker who filled in as Prime Minister of Zimbabwe from 1980 to 1987 and afterward as President from 1987 to 2017. 

He filled in as the head of the Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU) from 1975 to 1980 and drove its replacement ideological group, the ZANU – Patriotic Front (ZANU–PF), from 1980 to 2017. The previous Zimbabwean was an understudy of Achimota School. 

Patrick Awuah 

Patrick Awuah Jr. is a Ghanaian architect, instructor, and business person. Awuah set up Ashesi University in 2002. Awuah has won numerous honors as an individual and as the originator of Ashesi University. 

Awuah experienced childhood in Accra, Ghana. He went to the Achimota School where he was a house official. 

Reggie Rockstone 

Reggie Rockstone (Reginald Yaw Asante Ossei, "the Godfather of Hiplife") is a Ghanaian rapper. He was brought into the world in the United Kingdom yet experienced his initial a long time in Ghana in Kumasi and Accra. He has been living in Ghana constantly since he spearheaded the Hip-Life development in 1994. 

He spearheaded the Hiplife artistic expression and has assumed a significant part in the advancement of this interestingly African classification in Ghana's capital Accra. 

Reggie Rockstone went to Achimota School. Reggie joined the Ghanaian hip bounce bunch VVIP following the exit of Promzy in 2014. 

Dr. Joyce Aryee 

Joyce Rosalind Aryee is a Ghanaian previous government official, business chief and clergyman. Aryee is perceived for having served Ghana for over 40 years in both the general population and private areas. 

From 2001 to 2011, she filled in as the Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Chamber of Mines and was the principal lady in Africa to have held that job. 

She later went to Achimota School and graduated in 1969 from the University of Ghana, Legon with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree in English. 

JJ Rawlings 

Jerry John Rawlings was a Ghanaian military official and legislator who drove the country from 1981 to 2001 and furthermore for a short period in 1979. 

He drove a military junta until 1992, and afterward served two terms as the fairly chosen President of Ghana. 

Rawlings went to Achimota School and a military institute at Teshie. 

Kwame Nkrumah 

Kwame Nkrumah was a Ghanaian lawmaker and progressive. He was the primary Prime Minister and President of Ghana, having driven the Gold Coast to autonomy from Britain in 1957. 

A persuasive backer of Pan-Africanism, Nkrumah was an establishing individual from the Organization of African Unity and victor of the Lenin Peace Prize from the Soviet Union in 1962. He went to Achimota School previously Prince of Wales College. 

Kwaku Addo Sakyi-Addo 

Kwaku Addo Sakyi-Addo is a columnist from Ghana, who was the country reporter for both Reuters and the BBC somewhere in the range of 1993 and 2007. 

He got his rudimentary instruction at Aburi Presbyterian Boys' Boarding School and his optional training at Achimota School. He continued to the University of Ghana's School of Communications. 

Dag Heward-Mills 

Dag Heward-Mills is an African Evangelist, minister, creator, and meeting speaker situated in Accra, Ghana. 

He is the originator and directing Bishop of the United Denomination Originating from the Lighthouse Group Of Churches (UD-OLGC) earlier known as the Lighthouse Chapel International. 

He was changed over to Christianity while having his optional training at Achimota School. 

Theodosia Salome Okoh 

Theodosia Salome Okoh was a Ghanaian stateswoman, instructor, and craftsman known for planning Ghana's public banner in 1957. She additionally assumed a main part in the advancement of hockey in Ghana. 

She began school at Ashanti Efiduasi Primary School, proceeded to the Basel Mission Middle, Senior and Teacher Training Schools in Agogo, and afterward Achimota School, where she got three years of preparing in Fine Art. 

John Dumelo 

John Dumelo is a Ghanaian entertainer, rancher and lawmaker. On 1 April 2014, he arose as the main Ghanaian to hit 1,000,000 likes on Facebook. 

He went to Achimota School was essential for the Drama Club and furthermore won the Fliers Guy in Mo-town prize and further contemplated Civil Engineering at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. 

He challenged in "Mr University" succeeded at KNUST. Afterward, he tried out GIMPA's School of Public Service and Governance.

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