The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology School of Medical Sciences graduation saw a young lady sweep 12 out of 15 awards shattering the initial record which was 8 out of 15.
Fathia Ayodele Kareem, an alum of the Wesley Girls High School, was sworn in on Saturday, 27th August, as a medical doctor where she picked up the dozen prizes to the adulation of some on social media.
In 2015, the Traffic Avenue on Citi FM welcomed 24-year-old Charles Djugbah who broke the then 40-year old record by raking in 8 out of the 15 available awards at the end of his seven-year- course at the university.
But his record stood for just a year with Fathia setting a new benchmark for future classes.
An understandably overjoyed Fathia spoke to citifmonline and expressed her gratitude to God for seeing her through her seven-year journey in medicine.
The future is undoubtedly bright for Fathia and she hopes to focus on pediatrics/child care, a field for which she won the Ben Baffoe-Bonnie prize for Child Care.
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