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Maame Serwaa has just revealed her WASSCE result and AYOOGHANA.COM has the details

Popular Kumawood actress, Clara Benson who is stereo-typically known
as Maame Serwaa has made strides up her educational life.

The young actress who recently sat for the West African Senior School
Certificate Examination (WASSCE) has indicated that her results went
very well and she also hinted she was going to further her education
in the University of Ghana.
Speaking in an interview in TV3's New Day, the Kumawood actress
indicated that she wanted to follow her passion for acting so as a
matter of fact, she would want to join the School of Performing Arts
in Ghana's Premier University so as to build upon her talent.

Speaking on her WASSCE results, she indicated that her lowest passing
grade was a C6 which meant she did not fail in any of the subjects she
sat to write.
She added that she was going to relocate to Accra from Kumasi to be
able to pursue her education to the Tertiary Level.
The award-winning actress indicated that she was in a relationship
with someone but preferred to keep the identity of her boyfriend from
the eye of the public.

Maame Serwaa came under a barrage of criticism during her Junior High
School days and faced the same criticism during her Senior High School
period. There were rumors that she failed to pass her BECE
Examinations and it turned out to be untrue.
Maame Serwaa has just revealed her WASSCE result and AYOOGHANA.COM has the details Maame Serwaa has just revealed her WASSCE result and AYOOGHANA.COM has the details Reviewed by Bigi Benson on August 09, 2017 Rating: 5

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