Three beneficiaries of the West African Gas Pipeline Company Limited’s (WAPCo) scholarship scheme visited WAPCo’s head office in Accra to express their heartfelt appreciation to the company for supporting them through their tertiary education. The three beneficiaries from Kpone, one of WAPCo’s host communities in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana, have successfully completed their tertiary education with remarkable performance.

The three are Juliet Nuerkie Annang, who graduated with a First-Class Honours in Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology from the University of Ghana; Tetteh Karim Amankwah, who obtained a Second-Class Upper Division in History/Archaeology from the same university; and Jacob Mensah, who also obtained a Second-Class Upper Division in Environmental Engineering from the University of Energy and Natural Resources, all in Ghana. The three are among 56 students WAPCo awarded scholarships to under its 8th batch of scholarships awarded to students in its host communities in Ghana.

The three WAPCo Scholars did not come empty-handed. They had a beautiful citation which captured their appreciation to WAPCo and what the scholarship meant to them.

WAPCo’s Managing Director, Michelle Burkett, warmly accepted the Citation on behalf of the company. She said WAPCo was so excited to see them graduate, and the company looks forward to them doing great things for their communities.

Other WAPCo members present with the MD, included the General Manager, Corporate Affairs, Dr. Isaac Adjei Doku, the External Relations Manager, Mark Mensah and the Deputy Manager, External Relations, Ghana, William Osei-Owusu