Beautiful photos drop as Mahama's wife bags another degree

Beautiful photos drop as Mahama's wife bags another degree

- Lordina Mahama has graduated from a top university with honors

- She graduated from the De Montfort University

- Her family and admirers have taken turns to celebrate her achievement

The wife of former president John Dramani Mahama, Lordina Mahama has graduated from a top university with honors.

Her husband, former president Mahama took to his Instagram to celebrate her for her educational laurel in De Montfort University.

It was not stated what she studied but from the photos and how happy she looked, she has added to her pedigree on great degree

“Congratulations Lordina. Great fruits of your hard work, despite the social responsibilities you carry. We are all proud of you. An inspiration to many.” Mahama wrote.

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Admirers of the former first lady and her family took turns to congratulate her.

Son of the former first lady, Sharaf simply congratulated his mother

@sharafmahama: Congrats Mama proud of you

Nana prayed she keeps on inspiring people

@nanakowacquaye: Proud of you First Lady, continue inspiring us

Abdul congratulated her and wished to have Mahama back in power

@rziblimabdul: Congratulations mother of the land. We love to see our father back to power

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In other news, a team of four brilliant students from the University of Ghana are contesting to clinch a million dollar prestigious award christened ‘The Halt Prize’ from former US president Clinton, to invest in their Agribusiness idea.

The students; Isaac K. Y. Aboah, Henry Duah, Daniel K. Afriyie and Nana Akua Afriyie Busia, from the University of Ghana are competing for the international prize for students in the world with hopes of successfully winning the $1 million award to invest into their start-up agribusiness.

Of the 200,000 applicants, the Ghanaian team were selected to pitch their idea against 61 other teams in their regional finals in Malaysia.

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