A young lecturer identified as Nana Ama Browne Klutse, who is an associate professor at the University of Ghana, Legon has shared how she achieved her academic success at that young age.
A brilliant Ghanaian lecturer by the name of Nana Ama Browne Klutse has recently been granted an interview where she recounted how she became an associate professor at the University of Ghana.
In a YouTube video (watch below) of XYZ Broadcasting, Nana Ama shared that she grew up in a community where teenage pregnancy was the norm of the day but she still strives and built a better future for her self. According to her, she built her first house when she was 27 years.
Recounting her story, the 41-year-old lecturer revealed that she had her secondary education at the Mfantsiman Girls Senior High School and moved to University of Cape Coast for her bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
She got the chance to pursue a PhD program in South Africa and came back to Ghana.
In Ghana, she worked as a lecturer at the University of Ghana for a while, before moving to the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission as a research scientist. Then she moved to the University of Ghana, Legon as a Senior lecturer, where she worked hard and became an associate professor at the age of 39.
Nana Ama revealed that she considers herself as a rich person and thankfully, she has three houses to her name.
Watch the video below:
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