#atAshesi: 9 Adorable couples who found love at Ashesi and are the definition of couple goals

On 14th February, the official Twitter account of Ashesi University shared a series of love stories which all first begun at the University’s campus to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

These romantic post which have since gone viral could easily become the plot for an amazing Rom-Com series if you asked us.

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Established in 2002 by Computer Scientist, Patrick Awuah, the leading University which is the youngest to receive a presidential charter aside from producing notable alumni has also become a nest for beautiful love stories with more of its students likely to find their future spouse in Berekuso.

Though most Ghanaian Universities may have similar stories, Ashesi is the only institution which is currently documenting this very important rite of passage.

In fact, there’s a whole medium page dedicated to these love stories and we’ve placed the link below.

You should check it out and get yourself some tissue whiles at it because they’re pretty sentimental and cheesy.

We’ve rounded up some of our favourite love stories on the thread. Enjoy the read

Akosua and Kojo

How it started: Akosua ’10 needed an accomplice to pull a prank on a friend, and Kojo ’10 offered to help. Years after the first-year prank, they’re married and raising a lovely family!

Abena and Ted

After a particularly difficult Statistics quiz in their first year, Abena ’15 and Ted ’15 teamed up as study buddies. And the rest, really, is a sweet love story.

David and Nana Adjoa

David ’13 and Nana Adjoa ’13 were the first students to arrive at a pre-orientation bootcamp in 2009. So they struck up a conversation … and haven’t looked back since.

Kwabena and Susie


Kwabena ’15 & Susie ’15 first met at a campus party, where she declined his offer to dance. As fate would have it, her close friend was his roommate. So whenever she visited her friend, Kwabena offered her snacks. Many servings later, she finally said YES!

Andy and Melanie


Andy ’13 and Melanie ’15 hardly crossed paths #atAshesi. He recalls seeing her just once! Thankfully, Melanie ’15 did her National Service at a company Andy ’13 was working for. There, they had more face time, became close friends, and eventually started dating.

Alan and Ewurabena


After first meeting through a mutual friend, Alan & Ewurabena’s bond grew stronger as members of a campus ministry choir and a Pre-Calculus study group. Today, they jointly own a video-recording studio. Oh, and they are also happily married.

Kwadwo and Sarpomaa


After staying close friends for two years, Kwadwo ’13 and Sarpomaa ’13 finally started dating in their third-year #atAshesi. Nearly 10 years later, their friendship has grown into a beautiful marriage!

Norman and Stacy


On the last day of the semester, Norman Sali ’16 somehow still needed help with a Calculus problem. So he managed to convince Stacy ’16, who taking a stroll to help him out. And that was the beginning of their love story #atAshesi.

George and Delasi


As a recent alum, George ’14 attended a student-alumni prayer meeting where he first saw Delasi ’19 and was immediately smitten! After a few inquiries, he connected with her, and four years later, they tied the knot!

Originally tweeted by Ashesi University (@Ashesi) on February 14, 2021.



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