Renowned comedian, Steve Harvey, has rebuked the current generation of African-Americans for refusing to acknowledge his efforts at helping to improve their lives.
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In his opinion, the current generation “must have forgotten who I really am”.
The 62-year-old entertainer disclosed that he was subjected to criticisms when he met the then president-elect of the United States of America, Donald Trump, in 2017.
According to him, the younger generation hid behind social media to condemn his actions.
Per a report by 3news.com, he expressed sadness at the fact that the younger generation is doing nothing to better themselves.
To him, there was a point in time when people did not recognize Blacks and it was no different when Barack Obama became president.
He added that some people have gone the extra mile to be referred to as African-Americans and he has spent his entire career changing the lives of Black people.
In other news, a graduate of the medical school of the University for Development Studies (UDS), Jimanatu Gomda, has received five awards.
At the university’s 20th graduation held in Tamale in the Northern region, she picked up the Vice-Chancellor’s prize for the best student in MBChB, the Registrar's prize for the best student in MBChB and the Dean’s prize for the best overall graduating medical student.
Gomda was also awarded the Dr. Sory’s prize for the best all-round graduating medical student and Ghana Medical Association’s prize for the best overall graduating medical student.
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