Emmanuel Yankey

HND Mechanical Engineering

Sponsored By: Enermech

Location: Ghana

Engineering & Logical Reasoning Exams: Average Score 86%

Quick Fire Questions

Favourite film/TV Programme
Big Bang Theory
Favourite colour
Favourite school subject
Favourite childhood toy
Water gun
You’ve just won the lottery, what’s the first thing you will buy?
I will take a ride to Mars, probably buy a plots of land and return safely!
Where in Ghana did you grow up?
I live at Esiama near to Nkroful in Ellembelle District, I have two wonderful brothers (Eben and Josh) and a lovely sister (Betty). My mum is a trader and dad is a welder. I was thrilled whenever items were bought for me from far places.
What’s your most memorable childhood memory?
My best childhood memory was when I got my first phone and it was like “the only kid with a phone” … aww it felt good!
Who is your favourite music artist?
I have a great taste for music so I enjoy opera music, It’s actually trigger my default mode! I also love hymns and a bit good reggae.

“I am optimistic that the next generation’s most innovative thinkers in the industry will be from Field Ready. I am hardworking, with strong analytical skills and I am ready to work in the most extreme conditions on earth – the Arctic, the Desert and the Deep Oceans”

What would you like to be doing in 5 years time?
By five years’ time, I would be a Senior Engineer and leading my team to make significant contributions to my firm and the industry. I will use my creativity to help my home country to discover and utilize its resources and at the same pace unravelling challenges for other countries around the globe. I am very resourceful in the field, where the action take place.
What or who is your biggest inspiration?
My mum is my central engine of my “Apollo 11”; her enthusiasm to give me the life and education I deserve makes me one of the luckiest guys in the universe. I envy her strength and courage she uses to tackle challenges on daily bases.
Finally, what is your most hated food?
I don’t like fufu and okro “stuff” (soup and stew).