Kaizer Raphael Tetteh: A beacon of hope and determination in “The Top Intern” 2024

Kaizer Raphael Tetteh, a graduate from the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA), has made headlines by winning the 2024 edition of TV3’s inaugural reality show, “The Top Intern.”

His journey to victory was not an easy one, but his exceptional master plan, christened “The Savanna Glow Project,” set him apart. This project aims to provide a long-term solution to the rural-urban migration of women from Northern Ghana seeking greener pastures.

Kaizer’s presentation caught the eye of many, including the presidential candidate for the opposition All People’s Congress (APC), Hassan Ayariga, who was in attendance, to donate the first seed money to the Savanna Glow project.

The skills and knowledge he acquired from UPSA were instrumental in developing his master plan and navigating the challenges of the competition.

His understanding of public relations and business management principles undoubtedly contributed to the effectiveness of his project and his overall performance in the competition.

TV3 Top Intern winner, Kaizer Raphael Tetteh, receiving his cash prize.


Moreover, Kaizer’s critical thinking, public speaking, problem-solving skills, empathy, teamwork, resilience, and leadership charisma played a significant role in his success.

The Department of Communications Studies and the Faculty of Information Technology and Communications Studies at UPSA have played a pivotal role in shaping Kaizer’s journey.

The rigorous academic and professional training they provided equipped Kaizer with the necessary skills to excel amid real-world challenges. UPSA’s motto, “Scholarship with Professionalism,” is a testament to the University’s commitment to providing students with the knowledge and skills they need through its masterclass sessions, Time with PR Practitioners and a vigorous practical-based industrial internship, all geared towards solving problems affecting the socio-economic development of Ghana.

Kaizer Raphael Tetteh (3rd left) with other finalists at the studios of TV3 Ghana.


This motto is embodied in Kaizer’s success in “The Top Intern” and his “Savanna Glow Project”.

His victory and the potential impact of his project are a clear demonstration of the practical application of the knowledge and skills acquired from UPSA.

For his outstanding performance, Kaizer was awarded a winner’s medal, a GH¢10,000 cash prize, a trip abroad, an educational scholarship abroad worth $40,000 (GH¢478,607.20+), and goodie bags.

His victory is a testament to his leadership abilities and his commitment to finding solutions to societal problems. Kaizer’s win in “The Top Intern” is not just a personal achievement but also a beacon of hope for many young Ghanaians.

It shows that with hard work, dedication, and a focus on solving real-world problems, success is attainable.

Kaizer’s story is an inspiration to all tertiary-level students and graduates, and his project, “The Savanna Glow Project,” promises to make a significant impact on the lives of many in Northern Ghana.

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