Young lads like Viemens Bamfo, the historic 12-year-old student of University of Ghana, Legon has said by the time he is 40 years, he will be President of Ghana, MyNewsGh.com has filed.
This is the mindset that our children today must be trained to develop. Ambitious minds, daring positive attitude and focus with precision.
Whiles many children of his age are struggling in basic 5,6 or JHS he is thinking of 2047.
The young Viemens has been offered a long-distance course in Public Administration in the prestigious University of Ghana where he delivered a speech on behalf of his fellow matriculates.
He is the youngest among the over 2900 fresh students who were matriculated over the weekend by the university.
Speaking to Citi TV monitored by MyNewsGh.com, he said he wants to become President by the age of 40 years. The young Viemens said genenrally things are going well in the country. Asked why he wants to be president, he answered that he wants to check inflation.
“I want to become President by the time I am 40.”
His father, Robert Bamfo has been tutoring his son for the past 3 years in various subjects which prepared him to sit for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for private students, popularly known as Nov-Dec, which he passed.
Viemens is the second child in his family who has experienced home-tuition from his father; his elder brother, Edwin Bamfo, has graduated from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) as an Environmental Scientist at the age of twenty.
Viemens in an interview with Accra based Citi TV stated that his father uses what his children like to teach them – teaching by association.
“We combined the syllabus… we used the Cambridge syllabus and the WASSCE syllabus… so I understood some basic things about [them],” he said.