Kate Agyakomah graduate with CGPA of 4.0 in midwifery program at UCC

Miss Kate Agyakomah
Miss Kate Agyakomah

Kate Agyakomah, a native of Mampong in the Ashanti region, has emerged as the Overall Best Graduating Student of the 7th cohort of the Diploma in Midwifery programme, with a First Class and a CGPA of 4.0.

Miss Agyakomah’s outstanding academic achievement was celebrated at the graduation ceremony of the St. Michael NMTC, an affiliate of the University of Cape Coast (UCC).

Miss Agyakomah’s journey to academic excellence began at the Kwesimintim Methodist D/A School, where she had her basic education.

She later proceeded to Sekondi College for her secondary education. In 2012, she graduated as a Community Health Nurse from the Word Alive School of Nursing in Esiama.

She was subsequently posted to the Dawurampong Community-based CHPS compound.

Between 2016 and 2020, Miss Agyakomah was transferred to head the newly-established Asuogya Krobo CHPS compound in the Western region.

Her exceptional leadership skills and dedication to duty earned her the admiration of her colleagues and superiors.

In 2021, Miss Agyakomah enrolled on the Diploma in Midwifery programme at the St. Michael NMTC, determined to broaden her knowledge and skills in the field of midwifery.

Her diligence, focus, and hard work paid off, as she emerged as the Overall Best Graduating Student of the 7th cohort.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Miss Agyakomah expressed her gratitude to her family, friends, lecturers, and colleagues for their support and encouragement throughout her academic journey.

She also urged her fellow graduates to be passionate about their profession and to always strive for excellence in their respective fields.

The Rector of the St. Michael NMTC, Dr. Grace Owusu-Darko, congratulated Miss Agyakomah for her outstanding academic performance and encouraged the other graduates to emulate her example.

She also urged the graduates to use the knowledge and skills acquired during their training to make meaningful contributions to the healthcare sector.

SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh


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