A brilliant Ghanaian woman is reportedly set to become the youngest woman from Tamale in Ghana to earn a PhD in Applied Statistics at 28 Mumuni Napari Hanifa successfully defended her PhD dissertation and will graduate from the University for Development Studies After her inspiring achievement became public, people took to the comment section of a Facebook post to celebrate her
A brilliant Ghanaian woman, Mumuni Napari Hanifa, is reportedly set to become the youngest woman from Tamale in Ghana to earn a doctoral degree in Applied Statistics. The 28-year-old successfully defended her PhD dissertation and will graduate with her degree from the University for Development Studies, where her research focused on software reliability growth models.
Hanifa is a student mentor who provides career guidance and other professional support aside from providing course content that has meaningful application in real life.
The high-achieving woman’s success was largely influenced by AIMS Ghana as she gained programming and public speaking skills as an academic and researcher from the Institute
Hanifa is a lecturer at the Tamale Technical University, where she is helping to shape the future of her students. After her achievement was made public by Radio Justice 98.5 FM, netizens showered her with encomiums. Read some of the inspiring comments under the post below:
Issahaku Sanusi commented: Waaw congrats, a classical case of women with brains. Niendow Jimah N’nyeyem posted: Great news to hear. Those on TikTok, putting out their n’dity and stupidity for the whole world to see should learn from this valuable sister. Baba Haruna Farrikah shared: Congratulations to her. Whilst she was breaking barriers our other sisters were busy on Tiktok. May Allah guide and bless her steps