MEET Grace Bamfo-Ennin
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Welcome again to the personality show where we bring your way great people of God, this week we bring to you a wonderful pearl from the Evangelism Committee. Please relax, read and enjoy what she has to share with us.

Please can you kindly introduce yourself to the church?

My name is Grace Bamfo-Ennin. I was born on 31st January 1998. I’m a Law student and in my 2nd year. I’m the third of five girls in my family. I hail from Kwahu Mpraeso, I live at Adabraka in Accra.

I don’t accept things as they come, I’m quite curious. I’m quiet and at the same time not quiet. I might come off as hard on the outside but I’m easily broken. I’m happy when others around me are happy. I abhor mediocrity so I strive for the best in all that I do albeit I’m doubtful. I love nature, it reminds me of the wonderful works of God.

I had my basic education at St Theresa’s School in North Kaneshie, it was there that I had most of my favourite moments growing up as a child. It has really influenced who I am now. It was in St Theresa’s that I discovered a range of potentials in myself through abled teachers who subsequently led me in becoming the Senior Girls Prefect.

Brief us on your educational background

First of all I was denied my dream SHS but grace led me to my alma mater, Mfantsiman Girls Senior High School where I was given the mandate to serve the student body in the capacity of the first deputy Head Girl. Well I had very fun classmates who never made my day on campus boring. I offered General Arts reading History, Geography, Economics and French.


One of the primary reasons why I found myself in KNUST was the serenity of the place when I came for my senior sister’s graduation. I was like “Oh my God! I’ve got to be here.” KNUST admissions came out earlier than Legon and I was offered the programme of my choice. I recall that night, it was one of the best moments of my life.

What can you say about your programme of study?

It is unlike any other thing I have ever studied. It is involving, demanding and interesting. The respect accorded to it alone makes you want to be very good at it. In all although it is quite stressful I see myself doing nothing else but The Law.

Describe your experience in KNUST in few words

Campus KNUST was not what I heard it was but its been fine.

How would you describe PENSA-KNUST?


What can you say about the structure of PENSA-KNUST?

I wasn’t expecting anything less than what I have seen because I know PENSA is a very big family. The various committees reach out to every single member who avails his or her self.

Which committee do you belong to?

Evangelism Committee

What is your take on this year’s theme and focus?

God has it in His will for us to abound in good works

What is your favourite Bible verse?

Romans 8:28

And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose

Who is your favourite Bible character?

Joseph, son of Jacob

Which sporting activity do you enjoy? And any additional hobbies?

Javelin and jumping hurdles are my favourite sporting activities. I write to pass time.

What is your vision and mission in life?

My mission is to take justice to another level. My vision is to help young people like myself to discover who they are.

How did you become born again?

There was an altar call in SHS and I gave my life to Christ

Where do you want to see yourself in the next five years?

I see myself called to the bar in the next five years

Are you in a relationship? Have you grabbed, are you grabbed or you’re grabbing?

I’m preparing to be grabbed

What are the qualities you would like to see in your future spouse?

A man who is hardworking, God-fearing and loves unconditionally

What keeps you moving in life and as a Christian as well?

I have life so I’m not done with what I have to do, I have to keep working with all diligence. As a Christian, I have a hope that is unflinching, a solid foundation upon which my faith is built.

Please do you have any testimony to share with us?

I survived a fatal accident; I came out unscathed regardless of its brutality. Through the Grace of God I was awarded with a million dollar scholarship to see me through my stay in KNUST.

What has been your happiest day in life?

The day I gained admission to KNUST and the day I completed Senior High School

And your saddest day?

My saddest day was when I saw my mates going to SHS and I was at home not having the slightest idea where I was headed to.

Any advice for the youth?

They should be patient with life, and savor every moment of their youth.

What change do you wish to see in PENSA-KNUST?

I wish that the time for morning service would change and go according to time.

Your last words and any requests for the church.

Don’t kill yourself trying to be perfect, do the best in your capacity and leave the rest to God . Be happy when you have to be happy. Enjoy your youthful days before old age because life is too short.

Thank you very much!