14 Ghanaians who went to Legon Presec

The Presbyterian Boys Secondary School popularly known as Legon Presec is a Presbyterian all-male boarding school which was established in 1938 by the Presbyterian missionaries in Gold Coast at the time.

The school can boast of a host of famous and powerful alumni. Recently, it was brought to light that about 15 current parliamentarians of Ghana are old students of Presec. It is safe to assume that there are others in the other arms of government.

But away from politics and governance, there are some other alumni who are celebrated for what they do.

Here’s a list of Ghanaian public figures who attended the prestigious institution

  • Elorm Adablah (E.L.)
Elorm Adablah

Rapper, Producer and Musician.

  • Kwaku Sintim-Misa(KSM)
KSM

Ghanaian actor, political satirist and host of ‘The KSM Show’.

  • Raphael Kofi Afaedor
Raphael Afaedor

Co-founder of Jumia, Nigeria’s largest online retailer.

  • Hammer of The Last Two
Hammer

Producer and Sound Engineer.

  • Paul Nuamah Donkor – (Jayso)
Jayso

Rapper, singer and producer.

  • Edward Amartey-Tagoe
Edward Tagoe

Co-Founder of Nandimobile – A Technology company and Winner of “Best Business”‘award.

  • Rev. Eastwood Anaba
Eastwood Anaba

President of the Eastwood Anaba Ministries (EAM)

  • Bernard Avle
Bernard Avle

Ghanaian media personality, broadcast journalist and public speaker

  • Kwesi Kyei Darkwah
KKD

Ghanaian broadcaster and master of ceremonies

  • Lucy Quist
Lucy Quist

First Ghanaian woman to become the CEO of a multinational telecommunications company in Ghana

  • Matilda Asante-Asiedu
Matilda Asante-Asiedu

Communications Specialist and PR

  • Emmanuel Agbeko Gamor
E.A Gamor
  • Ziggy Ansah

American football defender for Detroit Lions of the National Football League

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