Fri, 08 Dec 2017 Feature Article

NSA Ghana 2017: Why Edward Etse Aloryito Deserves To Be Awarded

NSA Ghana 2017: Why Edward Etse Aloryito Deserves To Be Awarded

All is set for the 3rd edition of the most enviable National Students' Awards. This year's awards event promises to be great and very exciting. 22 Categories, 159 Entries with a total of 114 Nominees from 47 Universities, Training Colleges and Senior High Schools across the nation comprising 95 Male Nominees and 19 Female Nominees make the cut into this year's edition of the NSA under the Students' Hall of Fame.

The event which is themed, "Education, the Cure to the Modern-Day Slavery of Human Trafficking", is scheduled to take place on Saturday, 16th December, 2017 at the Great Hall of University of Ghana, Legon at 6:00pm. The ceremony is aimed at awarding the deserving.

Names of some notable change makers and trailblazers have surfaced as nominees and one of such is Edward Etse Aloryito. It is no wonder Edward has been nominated in three categories of the 2017 edition of the prestigious National Students' Awards. And these are, "Student Personality of the Year, Student Entrepreneur of the Year" and more deserving, the "Student Author of the Year".

Where determination exists, failure cannot dismantle the flag of success. Edward is an epitome of excellence in leadership, authorship and entrepreneurship. Despite the contributions of the many nominees in his categories, Edward stands tall among all. He has chalked enviable successes as a young writer, educator, researcher, leader and entrepreneur, and he's positively influencing lots of lives of many Ghanaians and Africans.

He is the founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Eminence Analytic and Research Institute, Ghana (EARIG). He is the founder and leader of Eminence Innovations, and also a member of Ghana Association of Writers who has authored and self-published two selling inspirational books, and still counting. His book "Strategic Ways to the Top" has gained firm roots among the elite class, in many senior high schools and tertiary institutions.

In March 2017, Edward received the most prestigious award at the Physician Assistant Students’ Association of Ghana (PASAG National) Excellence Awards as the National Best Physician Assistant Student. In November this year, he won the Young Writer 2nd Prize at the Ghana Association of Writers (GAW) 2017 Literary Awards.

Again, Edward is one of the 60 Influential Ghanaian Youths/Writers who co-authored the “Ghana @60 Ghana in60”, historic national motivational and life-transforming book to commemorate Ghana’s 60 years anniversary after independence in March, 2017.

To hit the nail on the heard, Edward is down to earth when you see him. Alexander the Great once said, "I am dying from the treatment of so many physicians" but I wish he were alive to meet Etse in the consulting room. There is indeed nothing more practical than putting what you have learned in school as a student and finding yourself doing it the right way.

The dignity of Edward as a writer and an award-winning author and his book among the selling books in Ghana does not consist of possessing honours, but also in deserving them. In a nutshell, Etse deserves these nominations in this year's edition of the National Students' Awards, and more importantly deserves to win these awards.

He can't chalk these laurels unless you support him with your votes. Below are the links to vote for him in each category. He needs our votes.
Kelly Michael Agbesi
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