Photocopy of UCC certificate goes viral after stories pop up that it was used to sell kebab

Photocopy of UCC certificate goes viral after stories pop up that it was used to sell kebab

A photocopy of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) certificate of one Rebecca Turkson has gone viral because it appears soiled by the oil from some food sold to people on the go.

Rebecca Turkson is a name that has gone viral thanks to the fact that a photo of a photocopy of a degree certificate that bears the name, is everywhere for a very interesting reason. cannot substantiate the origin of the photo. But one can tell that soiling of the photocopy may be as a result of it being used to sell something, perhaps kebab.

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The Bachelor of Education in Psychology and Foundation of Education certificate was awarded on 29th September, 2014.

The photocopy of the certificate appears to be an original as it bears the school’s stamp inked in blue.

How it got to whoever used it in selling remains a mystery but social media users have urged the public to help share the image until it gets to its rightful owner.

Well, since it is a photocopy, Turkson may not be in need of it as much.

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Meanwhile, has picked up on the amazing story of teenager Carolyn Asante-Dartey, who if she is willing and able, can attend Yale, Stanford, MIT and Princeton and is even on the waiting list at Cornell University Ivy League options do not come better than they have for Carolyn.

According to, the Lincoln Community School (LCS) graduate applied for 19 schools, got accepted into 10, put on two waiting lists and rejected by seven.

Carolyn's path to these top universities began when she got a scholarship to study at Lincoln Community School (LCS).

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