KETASCO’s Francisca Lamini On Course To Become A Medical Doctor As She Gains Admission To The University Of Ghana Medical School
This comes at a time when most Ghanaians are full of praise for her and this also means that her dream of becoming a renowned medical doctor is fully on course.
The list of admitted applicants was released not long ago and fortunately for her, she made it and this was also another feat for her.
The brilliant young girl scored all As in her West African Senior Secondary Examination (WASSCE) and even before that she had scored all As in the NOV/DEC examination she wrote when she was in her second year.
In other news, Francisca Lamini was awarded a cash prize of GHS 5,000 by the management of NoticeBoard Limited, the operators of Citi TV.
Following her victory as the ultimate outstanding female candidate, Francisca has been the topic of the tournament.
She was also the only female student in the last eight years of the tournament to lead her school to the grand finale.
In light of this, Ghana’s television network chose to recognize her efforts with a monetary incentive in order to encourage her.
Chief Executive Officer of Citi TV, Samuel Attah-Mensah, General Manager, Bernard Avle, Head of News, Vivian Kai Lokko, Head of Technical, J. B Allotey, and the Human Resource Manager, Jennifer Anane-Nsiah were the officials who witnessed the donation.
Chief Executive Officer of Citi TV, Samuel Attah-Mensah took to twitter and wrote: Thanks to all of you who retweeted my post of yesterday. Francisca Lamini and her Ketascho team came for the GHS5,000. Wishing her all the best. #NSMQ2021