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Personality Profiles | Joseph wins The Challenge Season 2

Sun, 14 Jun, 2009

26-year-old Bsc Electrical Engineering graduate from the University of Mines and Technology and an old student of Koforidua Sec-Tech School (marima mma), Joseph Opoku has emerged as winner of the second edition of The Challenge Reality TV Show.

For his prize, Mr. Opoku is the beneficiary of a postgraduate scholarship from the University of Westminster worth £40,000, including tuition for a 12-month postgraduate course, fully paid accommodation in an international students’ hostel, a monthly living allowance, a return ticket to the UK valid for a year and a new laptop. Upon completion of his course, he is expected to return to Ghana to start work in a lucrative management position with either TIGO or the United Bank of Africa (Ghana) Limited.

 

The three runners-up were Sandra Sarfowaa Barimah(1st Runner up), Araba Abakah-Anaman (2nd Runner up) and Anastacia Katherine Arko (Third Runner up), who are to benefit from scholarships to do postgraduate courses at the London Metropolitan University, Thames Valley University, both in the United Kingdom, and IPMC in Ghana, respectively. The four winners also received TIGO black berry bold and other TIGO products.

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