A group of University of Ghana students, Samuel Van-Segbefia, Joanita Sefakor Fugar and Paul Godwin Kwaku Fordjour, who represented the University as “Team Kool T” have emerged winners at the just ended Unilever IdeaTrophy Competition held in Johannesburg, South Africa.
The competition which saw delegates from Nigeria, Kenya, Cote D’Ivoire and South Africa was held from 19th -23rd February. As winners of the Africa rounds, the team will be representing the continent at the Global Future Leaders League to be held in London in April this year. The team happens to be the very first Ghanaian Group to win the contest since its inception in 2012.
The Unilever IdeaTrophy Competition is a student development initiative that exemplifies Unilever’s commitment to identify and groom future leaders for business. The competition is designed to create a unique “out-of-the-class learning experience that focuses on the development of leadership and entrepreneurial competencies among undergraduates.
The Human Resource Country Lead, Fiona S. Anthony, in a letter to the University acknowledged the impressive performance put up by the two teams who represented the University (Team Kool T and Team Supernova) at the Ghana-Nigeria Grand Finals in the previous year which qualified them to compete in the Africa Finals stage of the competition.
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Unilever was elated that one of the teams from the University of Ghana, Team Kool T, emerged the ultimate African Champions and looked forward to the Global Finals with pride as they trust the training the students have received from the University will come a long way in ensuring their victory in the Global Finals.