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News22-year-old medical doctor appointed STEM Ambassador


22-year-old medical doctor appointed STEM Ambassador

Minister of Education, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, has appointed a 22-year-old medical doctor who graduated from the Cape Coast University in 2023 as an ambassador for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education in the country.

Dr Adutwum announced this during a courtesy call by Dr Kwaku Boakye Gyamfi and his parents in Accra. He stated that the young doctor would be supported to visit pre-tertiary institutions nationwide to motivate students by sharing his personal academic journey and experiences.

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Commending Dr. Gyamfi for his dedication to his studies, Dr Adutwum emphasized the importance of his story as a source of inspiration for youth across the country. He also praised Dr Gyamfi’s parents for their support in his educational journey.

Dr. Gyamfi expressed gratitude for the warm reception and pledged to collaborate with the ministry to inspire younger students to excel academically. He also committed to contributing to quality healthcare delivery in the nation.

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Background information provided revealed Dr. Gyamfi’s educational journey, starting from his early years at Danem Royal Montessori School through his secondary education at Prempeh College Senior High. He successfully gained admission to the University of Cape Coast School of Medical Sciences, where he completed his medical training and graduated as the Overall Best Graduating Student in Surgery.

Dr. Kwaku Boakye Gyamfi’s remarkable achievements serve as a testament to the potential within the nation’s education sector and its impact on individual success. His appointment as a STEM ambassador signifies the government’s commitment to fostering excellence and inspiring future generations of students in Ghana.

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