Elizabeth Ofori Adofoa

Today on the personality corner, we interview our intriguing personality for the week, Elizabeth Ofori Adofoa a gallant member of the prayer committee and a second year Logistics and supply chain management student. Let’s delve into the personality.

 

Who is behind Elizabeth Ofori Adofoa?

I’m the first of five children. I was born on 15th march 1999. I reside with my parents at Nkwakwaw in the eastern region. I had my elementary schooling at Kwahuman International School at Nkwakwaw and furthered to God is Able Preparatory school. I had my secondary education at St. Louis Girls School. I like to dance a lot and listen to music when I’m at leisure. I also like reading but not so much, compared to the others.

 

Share with us your experience in the second cycle institution? (Any teaser name back in SHS and fond memories)

It was fun and exciting. My class was noted as one of the most notorious class. I remember in school there was an event where the position of the students from the first to the last in class was mentioned. During a particular term, they called our class and we did not go forward. We were each given six strokes of cane and the form master also had his turn disciplining us for that disobedience. I didn’t really have any nickname; I was more of the reserved type so I didn’t get much attention except from my friends.

 

Why KNUST?

This institution was part of the forms I purchased. I had admission to KNUST first with the opportunity to study a good program too so I accepted it.

 

Can you tell us about Logistics and supply chain management?

It involves the purchasing and distribution of products for companies. It’s a field of study under business. It teaches how to direct and organize business affairs and ideas as well as resources for a better gain and achievement of set goals.

 

A re-count of all the experiences from first year until this current year?

It has been a lot of fun; I’ve met a lot of people. I was in Unity Hall and the affiliates didn’t really let us have much peace since they didn’t agree to the decision to make the hall a mixed hall.

 

What would you say about PENSA-KNUST?

PENSA is a nice denomination. You may feel it’s a large family and you don’t belong but you don’t have to know everyone before you interact with them. They help out a lot and there’s a sense of belonging, you can confide in the leaders especially. They have nice ideas too especially the academic mentors, it aided me very much in first year.

 

Amongst all the committees, why did you decide to choose Prayer committee?

The current prayer secretary was my school mother back in secondary school. I was with her after church and she asked me to escort her to a meeting, a prayer meeting actually. We prayed for a while and I was tired. Afterwards she asked me if I wanted to join the prayer committee and I decided to join. I realized most of my battles were won through prayer and I decided to stay on.

 

What comment can you give about the year’s theme and focus?

Knowing Christ and proclaiming his love goes beyond just appreciating His deity. It concerns us having Christ for ourselves, having infinite friendship with him, knowing him on a daily basis.

 

How did you become born again and what are some changes you’ve seen?

I was born in the church after an Easter convention. I was of age to be baptized so I joined my colleagues when the opportunity came and got baptized. Since I got baptized, it hasn’t been easy. There have been battles and I feel lonely, but there is an innate voice that keeps assuring me that I am not alone.

 

Who is your favorite Bible character?

Joseph, he went through a lot but what God said about him came to pass. It strengthens and encourages me that no matter what, all God has said about me will come to pass.

 

Do you have an inspirational person?

My parents, especially my mom. I love her so much and she’s everything I want to be. She advices me and sets standards for me. She prays ceaselessly.

 

What should we expect from you in the near future?

To be done with my MSc, married and having a well-paying job.

 

Are you in a relationship? If Yes can we know her name, I’m sure our readers would be poised for that.

Not currently and I’m not ready yet.

 

How do you want your future spouse to be like?

Godfearing, very handsome, someone I can be comfortable with, a friend. A well to do man.

 

Do you think Campus relationships are advisable and is it necessary to be anxious about it?

Its subjective. It depends on who you are going out with and who you are. If you want to go into one, you should be mature enough.

 

Do you have any proposal for PENSA-KNUST/ improvement you want to see?

I think the procedure in helping people should be reliable and confidential, the number of people to talk to before we get help are too many. The counselling committee should also be more friendly and close to us because we have much to share.

 

How do you propose the school’s mission for the year dubbed “mission 2020” be undertaken?

There should be much prayers towards it for more oil and unction. We should be like them to win them over; we should not let them feel so carnal and us so holy but let them know we were all at the same place until we met Christ.

God bless you lovely reader catch you on our next exclusive encounter as we bring to you yet another intriguing personality.