Today on the personality corner, we interview Ama Kwaama Bremansu our personality for the week, a final year bachelor of arts in culture and tourism student. Read on to find out thrilling gist about our personality as well as his ideas.
Who is behind Ama Kwaama Bremansu?
I was born on the third of October to Pastor Patrick and Mrs. Gifty Bremansu. I’m the first of four children and I attended the Nest Complex and junior high school in Takoradi, from there I furthered my senior high school in Krobo girls’ secondary school in the eastern region. I’m a Chelsea fan and I like to listen to music, I like cooking as well and sleeping. I am a very sociable person and a jovial person as such. I’m in the ushering department in PENSA KNUST.
Share with us your experience in the second cycle institution? (Any teaser name back in SHS and fond memories)
I chose Achimota school, I didn’t really like a single sex school, fate brought me to Krobo girls. The girls were tough and keeping a calm spirit was a down side. Prior to entry I was told a number of things but I’m glad to say that is where I grew both in maturity and spiritually, I was a very shy person and after my tenure in office I realized I was out of my shell. I met a lot of helpers, notably were my house mistress and senior house mistress, they were really good to me.
Why KNUST and why bachelor of arts in culture and tourism
My mom wanted me to come to school right after my high school, she bought forms from different schools and chose law for two of them, knust came first and I had culture and tourism, my mom convinced me about the knust atmosphere so I decided to be here even though initially I want ed to stay home.
Can you tell us about bachelor of arts in culture and tourism?
The course equips us to be destination managers, but not everything is related to tourism, there is a portion for politics, economics and the likes, tourism starts in the penultimate year.
A re-count of all the experiences from first year until this current year?
I was in Queen’s hall in first year, I had nice roommates, but campus has not been very easy, if you want to make it here on campus you have to plan. In first year, we had a lot of free days and we use to sleep but in going forward I realized I had to make good use of my time. I’ve made good friends too and lots of fun. In second year I moved to Baby Brunei and I had varied roommates, from a very good Christian to the extreme one, as much as I tried to help her I couldn’t and we had a little altercation and it pains me I couldn’t get to do what I wanted to do.
What would you say about PENSA-KNUST?
It’s a place for development and maturity, that is if you are in a committee and involved. It equips you for life issues. The programs are geared towards helping you grow. I’ve met a lot of good people and because of the family, there is a great network between us. The leaders are doing their best but I think they should get to the first years more because I felt secluded in first year.
Amongst all the committees, why did you decide to choose Ushering committee?
I decided to improve on my sociality and I also like to talk that is why I joined. I wanted to join prayer committee but their prayer limit was exceeding mine and I didn’t have the strength to hold on. Ushering is a nice committee because it teaches you to be hospitable and more welcoming as you get to understand humans
What comment can you give about the year’s theme and focus?
It is a wonderful theme. I think the ultimate goal for our life is to know Christ experientially, knowing him for yourself in your closet life. God is love. The total summation of the new testament is loving God and your enemies as well.
How did you become born again and what are some changes you’ve seen?
I grew in a Christian home. I accepted Jesus in high school at a Teen Aloud program. I’ve seen a lot of changes. I’ve become more accountable and responsible and I’ve come to realize my life is not mine. I don’t just make decisions. Being a born again has helped me a lot and shaped my life for the better
Who is your favorite Bible character?
Elizabeth. When Mary had the news from the angel, she ministered to her. I think everyone needs an Elizabeth so that whenever we have a need, they will be around to teach and direct us.
Do you have an inspirational person?
My mom. She combines the ministry duties to her social work, we call her iron lady because it’s just marvelous how she does it. I admire her a lot. She combines everything effortlessly.
what do you enjoy doing during your leisure time?
I love cleaning and watching YouTube videos. I like to read but not much of that. I also like to discover new things.
What should we expect from you in the near future?
I should have been done with my masters or probably in law school.
Are you paired? If Yes can we know her name, I’m sure our readers would be poised for that.
No one for now.
How do you want your future spouse to be like?
Supportive, understanding, Godfearing, handsome and intelligent, he should be like my dad because he’s quiet and disciplined.
Do you think Campus relationships are advisable and is it necessary to be anxious about it?
It’s a good idea. It should be built on friendship, know yourselves and evaluate yourselves. But I think sometimes we rush because we think we have found the right person. There is no need for anxiousness, being friends makes you know the character of the person even before you get together.
Do you have any proposal for PENSA-KNUST/ improvement you want to see?
I really like the concurrent services, it would allow the first years become more rooted in PENSA. And they are doing well to build us up. I think they should let the first years get more involved when they come.
What is your personal mandate for mission 2020?
I’m praying, and also on Sundays I come to Queens Hall to evangelize. I met interesting people, a Buddhist and a Hindu. Apparently, they are a lot here and they have their services off campus.
God bless you lovely reader catch you on our next exclusive encounter as we bring to you yet another intriguing personality.