- Sharon lost her mum at the tender age of five and in pursuit to pursue her dream she started working at construction sites
- At the age of six, being the third born she had to take up the role of breadwinner after her father got injured
- Out of her hard work, Mbabazi graduated with a degree in Journalism from Muteesa 1 Royal University
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Sharon Mbabazi is a living proof that hard work pays after graduating with a degree in Journalism from Muteesa l Royal university.
Mbabazi lost her mum at the tender age of five and from then on, she learnt to grow a thick skin, fend for her self and pursue her dream.
An excited Mbabazi took to Facebook and shared a couple of photos taken during her graduation which took place on December 14.
She thanked God for her achievement and everyone who took part in mentoring her to achieve her dream of being a journalist.
"I thank the Almighty God for his blessings, favour and mercies throughout my education struggle. I thank the management of Spark TV for the platform that you people gave me. I thank all my media houses for your publications," she wrote on Facebook.
To achieve her dreams, Mbabazi worked as a construction worker and started laying bricks for a living.
The beautiful lady would easily appear to be having it easy in life but as life humbled her, she learnt to fight back.
A few number of people have been in the news lately for amazing achievements they made through hard work and determination.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a young and vibrant Ghanaian entrepreneur called Selorm Betepe has built an ultra-modern factory under his Seloart brand that makes signs for huge companies
The company started as a wayside shop at Achimota and has now grown into a firmly rooted company