University of Ghana graduate, Alice Xorlaly Amegah elected President of African Society of Cambridge University

University of Ghana graduate, Alice Xorlaly Amegah elected President of African Society of Cambridge University.

Young female graduate researcher, Alice Xorlaly who graduated from the University of Ghana with first class honours in 2018 has been elected President of African Society of Cambridge University.

Mr. Ben Dotsei Malor, Chief Editor of United Nations posted the good news on his Facebook page, congratulating the young Ghanaian lady for such a great achievement.

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big salute and many congratulations to our sister, Amegah Alice Xorlaly, who has just been elected President of the African Society of Cambridge University, ASCU. Alice clinched a First Class Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Ghanain 2018 before proceeding on scholarship to the University of Oxford, where she earned Master’s Degree in Comparative and International Education. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Education and International Development at Cambridge University” Mr. Dotsei posted

Read his statement here https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10161401038878378&id=720968377

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