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Praise be to God for new academic achievement in the DNA circles.

DNA seeds were first planted on the African continent about 20 years ago. That humble beginning Chris Ampadubore wonderful fruit earlier this month when Chris Ampadu earned a PhD in International Development from William Carey International University in Pasadena, California.

Chris serves as the West Africa leader for Samaritan Strategy. He has trained many national and expatriate leaders in multiple countries of Africa.

WCIU 3Kudos, Dr. Ampadu, for your endurance and outstanding accomplishment.

No doubt many people will benefit from your scholarship and continued service.

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