I am not dating - KNUST Award winning junior doctor says

Dr Fathia Ayodele Kareem swept away 12 of the 15 awards available for excellent academic distinction in Saturday’s (August 27) graduation ceremony for the 2015/2016 academic year.

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Dr Fathia Ayodele Kareem told Kumasi-based Ultimate FM that she did not meet any man during her 6-year study at the Medical School she desired to be with.

She said she, therefore, channelled her time and energy into other activities related to her academic work.

She emphasised that she was committed to doing her best, downplaying other claims that accounted for her achievement.

She said she looked forward to dating a God fearing, wise man and someone who inspires her to be better.

24-year-old Charles Djugbah, in 2015 set a new record by winning 8 awards at the end of his seven-year course at the university.

Even though his 8 awards broke the then 40-year record, Charles’ record stood for just a year with Fathia setting a new height for future students to beat.

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