The young scientist, Kimberly Armah-Agyeman
The young scientist, Kimberly Armah-Agyeman

Kimberly Awo Adawudi Armah-Agyeman ... A budding scientist

When Ghana National College Form Three Student Kimberly Awo Adawudi Amarh-Agyeman’s auntie died, she was devastated.

For somebody who throughout childhood had been curious, she decided to find out  if there was anything she could have done to make her live longer.


To find out the answer to her problem, Kimberly decided to conduct a scientific research into how her auntie lived her life in comparison to monkeys in their natural habitat.

She realised she could not use human beings for that kind of research and so decided to use the lesser spot nosed guenon monkeys at the Adisadel College which to her were more friendlier than those in her school.

Her findings led to some discoveries that would help with the continuous survival of these type of monkeys whose lives, the study found, were under threat because of the negative activities of man in their habitat.

A description of the habitat

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