Ali Abdallah Wusu-Gim
Ali Abdallah Wusu-Gim is a final year Petroleum Engineering student at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and an old student of Aggrey Memorial A.M.E. Zion Senior High School (2016-2019). I was one of the 2019 National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) contestants, president of the Science and Maths Club and president of the Aggrey Muslim Students’ Association (AMSA) during my time in Aggrey. I served as a member of the Academic Committee Board (2020-2021), the Academic Committee Board Head the following academic year for the Department of Petroleum Engineering and one of the contestants that represented KNUST (Lean gas) in the Gas Challenge quiz 2022. I am interested in travelling to experience something unfamiliar and leave with new knowledge, research work and watching football. In the next few years, he would like to further my education abroad (United States) to study Data Science (Masters). It is my dream to become Oil and Gas Data Scientist to extract patterns and trends from data and construct predictive models to assist decision-making and optimization. This dream of mine would have been lost if Eleos Cares Foundation had not stepped in to support my education. ELEOS Cares Foundation financial support has removed the extra burden on my father and at the same time, help me pursue my dreams as the saying goes, “When the mind is free, it can do wonders.” I was guided and advised by very talented and knowledgeable minds, Mr. Nana Acheampong Apenteng and Mr. Frank Owusu which helped me to cope with all kinds of fear and in turn, improved my academics. ELEOS gave me the opportunity to meet students from various backgrounds, share ideas, cooperate, and do activities together which increased my confidence level and team spirit. A travel privilege to Kakum National Park and Cape Coast Castle where the guides did an amazing work explaining the history of the park and the castle. ELEOS family gave me a lot of remarkable memories and he sincerely appreciates their support. They gave me hope to keep on pressing.