Pretty Legon graduate loses dad weeks to graduation; takes him along on 'D-Day' (photo)

Pretty Legon graduate loses dad weeks to graduation; takes him along on 'D-Day' (photo)

- Dzifa, a recent graduate has stirred social media with her bravery

- She took her graduation pictures with her father who was buried just two weeks to her big day

- Social media has been blown away by the development

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A lady by name Dzifa has stirred social media with her brave heart as she posed happily in her graduation picture with a framed photo of her father who lost his life just two weeks earlier.

The picture was cited by going viral on Twitter.

In the viral tweet, the lady explained that her father was buried exactly two weeks before her graduation ceremony. She said her father always looked forward to the big but sadly passed away before it.

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Going on, she said that she had missed her dad so much and wanted him to know wherever he is that she did it for 'us'.

Many social media users were amazed by the story.

@EfuaGreddy expressed her condolences:

@Daltonsackey sounded very emotional:

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See the twit below along with her graduation picture in which she posed with her father.

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Meanwhile, a blind PhD student from Ghana, Ebenezer Azameti, has been mishandled in Oxford Union debating chamber when as was dragged out by his ankle.

According to reports, Ebenezer had reserved a seat for himself at the chamber near the entrance when he decided to go out shortly before returning.

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