Educational Support Kufuor Foundation awards tertiary students with scholarships

As part of the scholarship, they would also undertake leadership training to equip them necessary skills needed to take up positions of authority.

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JAK foundation 2.PNG play Prof Kwesi Yankah (4th left), Prof Baffour Agyeman-Duah (5th left), the CEO of JAKF Foundation and Prof Paolo Galizzi (3rd left), the Clinical Professor at Fordham Law School, with the 2017 class of Kufuor Scholars Programme (Graphic Online/Maxwell Ocloo)
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The John Agyekum Kufuor Foundation has awarded 20 tertiary students with scholarships to support their education.

The students, who are all in their second year of various degree programmes, consist of 11 young women and nine young men.

This year, the programme which is in its second year, sees an increase in the number of beneficiaries from 14 last year to 20 beneficiaries in 2017.

As part of the scholarship, they would also undertake leadership training to equip them necessary skills needed to take up positions of authority.

The schools represented are include the Ghana Institute of Journalism, the Kwame Nkrumah University if Science and Technology, the University of Ghana and the University of Health and Allied Sciences.

The others are the University of Mines and Technology, the University of Development Studies and the University of Professional Studies, Accra.

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Renowned playwright Ebo Whyte encouraged the young men and women to emulate the attributes of former President John Kufuor, in whose name the foundation was set up.

Mr Kufuor transformed politics in Ghana by showing how a politician can show genuine love to people of all walks of life and respect humanity,” he said.

Accumulate knowledge, stand out by being unique. There must be something special about you. Have faith and believe that the impossible is possible. You must be unstoppable such that nothing can keep you down. Discover your calling and obey it. Finally respect yourself so that others will respect you,” Mr Whyte added.

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