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Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School (PRESEC) is a secondary boarding school for boys, in Legon, Accra, Ghana. It was founded in 1938 by the Presbyterian Church of the Gold Coast.

Here are the most successful Ghanaians to graduate from Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School (PRESEC).

1. Lt. Gen. F. W. K. Akuffo – Head of State of Ghana (5 July 1978 – 4 June 1979)

2. Kwesi Botchwey – Ghana’s longest-serving Minister of Finance (1982–1995), Chairman of Ghana National Gas Development Task Force

 

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3. Aaron Mike Oquaye – Speaker of the 7th Parliament of the 4th Republic (2017–2021), former Minister of Communication (2005–2009)

 

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4. Bright Simons – IMANI Ghana and founder, mPedigree

 

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5. Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa – Member of Parliament – North Tongu, former Deputy Minister of Education (2013–2016)

 

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6. Ernest Aryeetey – Vice Chancellor of University of Ghana – Legon (2010–2016)

7. Augustine Abbey (Idikoko) – Actor

8. Kwaku Sintim-Misa (KSM) – Ghanaian actor, political satirist

 

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9. Kwasi Kyei Darwkah – Ghanaian broadcaster and master of ceremonies

 

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10. Hammer of The Last Two – producer and sound engineer

 

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11. Elom Adablah – also known as EL, rapper and musician (Artiste of the Year at the 2015/2016 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards)

 

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12. Choirmaster – member of praye music group

 

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13. Bernard Avle – Ghanaian media personality and broadcast journalist

 

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14. Gary Al-Smith – Sports Journalist

 

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15. Prince Yawson aka. Waakye

16. Lucy Quist – first Ghanaian woman to become the CEO of a multinational telecommunications company in Ghana

It’s officially known as the Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School. But for a brief period in its history, it enrolled the brightest and best girls.

 

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17. Michael Nyinaku – CEO of Beige Captial

 

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18. Lexis Bill – media personality

 

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19. Rev Eastwood Anaba – Founder and General Overseer of the Fountain Gate Chapel

 

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