Abena Korkor Addo, the University of Cape Coast student who was embroiled in a number of controversies during her time in school has successfully graduated from the university.
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The young graduate took to her Instagram account and shared lovely photos of herself in her gradation gown and holding her certificate of graduation. The young lady was seen dressed in traditional Kente Cloth and was sported in some of her pictures with a shaved head.
In some other pictures, she was seen wearing a weave-on and she was beaming with smiles; an indication that she was proud of herself for achieving such a feat.
Abena Korkor Addo came into the limelight some time ago when a video went viral of her dancing wildly in one of the Halls of the University of Cape Coast. It was reported that she was aspiring to the high office of president of the Student’s Representative Council (SRC).
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She was however embroiled in some scandals that sought to indicate that she had been ‘involved’ with some high-ranking members of the public.
After the incident, her university education began to hang in the balance since she had to stay home for a while. She returned and has managed to come out of school with flying colors.
It soon came to light that the student was alleged to be suffering from bipolar disorder which often caused her to have some relapses leading to her public outbursts and ‘unruly’ behavior sometimes on social media.
Quite recently, she was involved in yet another controversy that sought to insinuate that some ‘big men’ had gotten into her pants. Some names of top politicians and journalists were among the list she put out.
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Upon investigations and a lot of noise made in the media space, the young lady came out to apologize for her scathing allegations and said that her claims were all unfounded. She revealed that the ‘mix up’ was as a result of another relapse she suffered.
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