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At Age 18, Hannah Ann Enyan Becomes Ghanaian Youngest Chartered Accountant In Ghana

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At Age 18, Hannah Ann Enyan Becomes Ghanaian Youngest Chartered Accountant In Ghana

 

Hannah Ann Enyan has become the youngest chartered accountant in Ghana.

The 18-year-old was among the 2021 graduating students of the Institute of Chartered Accountant, Ghana, (ICAG) where a total of 425 qualified accountants were awarded.

According to GhanaWeb, Enyan was crowned the youngest chartered accountant in Ghana at the 36th graduation ceremony held at the University of Professional Studies in Accra.

Certificates were awarded to those who participated and passed the Chartered Accountants (CA) Professional Examinations at all three levels at the event.

At Age 18, Hannah Ann Enyan Becomes Ghanaian Youngest Chartered Accountant In Ghana

 

Enyan attributed her success to the grace of God,  her family, the management, and the lecturers of the institution.

She also acknowledged  Mr Samuel Nii Sampah, Finance officer of Queiroz Galvao Group, a construction company, for inspiring her to complete the course.

In his address, Professor Williams Atuilik, the President of the Institute, admonished graduates and newly admitted students to exercise integrity which is the core of the accounting profession.

“We expect that as qualified special accountants from the Institute, you will expand your prospects by viewing other incidental disciplines that are necessary to help you become very competent accountants,” he said.

 

This article originally appeared on Punch News and is published here for educational purpose

 

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