CWG Ghana rewards UG’s 2016/17 best Computer Science graduate

CWG Ghana, a full-service Information Technology Company, has presented an award to Edwina Borteley Abam, for being the best graduating student in Computer Science at the University of Ghana for the 2016/17 academic year.

The presentation is part of the Company’s annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme.

CWG Ghana has sponsored the best graduating student from the Computer Science Department of the University of Ghana for more than five years, to highlight its belief of supporting the best information technology talents for the nation’s future.

Mrs Harriet Attram Yartey, the Managing Director of CWG Ghana, presenting the award said the last four awards have been won by women, adding that the annual award presentation was an attestation of the importance CWG places on hard work and qualitative education.

She said, “Excellence is an integral part of the corporate culture of CWG Ghana and this has defined CWG’s business approach to business and service delivery over the years”.

Mrs Yartey said, “This cut across all the sectors that we serve; from banking to telecoms, oil & gas and recently Small Medium Enterprises, and it is all about the quality of our workforce”.

The Managing Director said the Company boast of an array of professionals whose expertise has formed the core of service providers across Africa, indicating that their premium on quality workforce explains their emphasis on quality education.

Mrs Yartey assured stakeholders that CWG Ghana would continue to support students at the University and would soon extend it to other tertiary institutions.

She said that education ultimately offered young people the best opportunity in life to achieve their dreams and become the leaders of tomorrow.

Ms Abam, who received the award in the presence of her parents, commended management of CWG Ghana for the honour.

“I am humbled and I give all the glory to God. I feel good to be a proud winner of this very special award,” she added

She said that the award would continue to encourage other students, especially continuing students and this would help them to strive to get excellent grades. GNA

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