Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Hon. Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa has appointed Miss Alice Dziwornu as STEM Education Ambassador for the North Tongu constituency.
Alice’s academic prowess has been excellent as she was the best student at the BECE and WASSCE in her cohort. Her inspiring story will be told someday, the MP added.
Miss Alice Dziwornu is currently pursuing Aerospace Engineering at KNUST and one of only six ladies in the first-year class of 85 pursuing the programme.
At a brief ceremony, Hon. Ablakwa appointed the Aerospace Engineering student to champion, promote and demystify the study of STEM amongst girls in the constituency. STEM Education is beginning to take centre stage in Ghana’s education sector as stakeholders continue to encourage a practical based approach to learning.
The MP assured her of his total support throughout her study at the university. He furthered that Alice would remain a top priority on the constituency scholarship scheme throughout her study.
She received a Lenovo state-of-the-art laptop as part of her package to assist her to carry out her academic activities.
“Being the best BECE and WASSCE Candidate in her cohort, her inspiring story which would be fully told someday should serve as a motivation to all young ladies with great dreams,” the North Tongu MP stated in a Twitter post.
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Hon Okudzeto Ablakwa furthered that he was confident Miss Alice Dziwornu will be a great role model. “I have no doubt she will be a great ambassador and a worthy role model.” He stated.