Three students of Ghanaian descent in the United Kingdom have been praised by their school for passing their A-levels with remarkable distinction.

The three, Nana, Kwesi and Kwame were posted by their school (Brampton Manor Academy in Newham, London) on the school’s official Twitter account, highligting their outstanding academic achievements.

The three students of Ghanaian descent got admission into prestigious universities in the UK.

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Their school highlighted their major successes in a series of tweets, noting that Nana secured admission to Cambridge university whilst Kwesi and Kwame both gained admission into the University of Warwick.

According to the series of Tweets sighted by, Nana is heading off to Cambridge university (Trinity college) to study Philosophy whilst Kwesi and Kwame are heading to Warwick university to study Economics.

According to Brampton Manor Academy, the three students secured A*A*A in their A-level exams.



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