That’s an inspiring story shared by Dickson Assan. It highlights how someone’s background or academic performance does not necessarily limit their potential for success. Despite starting out in a farm village and attending village schools, he went on to excel academically and professionally.
Being a boys’ prefect throughout basic school and obtaining aggregate 8 in BECE shows his leadership qualities and academic abilities. Although he struggled in science in SHS, he persevered and eventually graduated with a first-class degree in accounting. His achievements also include being a scholarship student of the Institute of Chartered Accountant Ghana and having over 8 years of accounting experience.
It’s great to see how he credits his success to God and encourages others to appreciate their journey and accept themselves. His story serves as a reminder that one’s past does not determine their future, and with hard work and perseverance, anyone can achieve their goals.