An exceptional African man who hailed from Ghana, West Africa named Eugene Opoku, has bagged an outstanding PhD degree in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
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Eugene Opoku got celebrated on LinkedIn by his university supervisor, Professor Ejaz Ahmed, who described him as a talented student and also his first African product as a Lecturer.
Professor Ahmed who was proud of Eugene’s accomplishment said he is pleased to announce him as his 20th PhD student. “I’m pleased to announce that my 20th PhD student who I have supervised has graduated. He is also my first student from the continent of Africa and has earned his PhD. in Statistics,” he wrote on LinkedIn.
Eugene started his higher academic journey at the University of Ghana where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Statistics. He proceeded to Brock University, Ontario, Canada for his Masters Degree in Statistics.