Proud son of carpenter & tomatoes seller shares graduation photos to show massive gratitude

Proud son of carpenter & tomatoes seller shares graduation photos to show massive gratitude

- A grateful young man identified as Ampratwum Daniel has shared graduation images after completing school

- Ampratwum posted photos of himself with his mother, a tomato seller, and father, a carpenter, to express gratitude

- Ampratwum Daniel graduated on January 10, 2020

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In the spirit of motivating others and expressing gratitude, Daniel Ampratwum, a young man who recently graduated has shared inspiring images after acquiring tertiary education.

The young graduate shared admirable images in his graduation gown accompanied by a short write up about the struggles of his parents while noting that he did not allow their hard work to go waste.

Ampratwum first completed Agona Senior High Technical School in the Ashanti region after finishing Adum Presby JHS.

Ampratwum Daniel helped his parents while nursing his dream to become a top sports journalist.

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Despite having a difficult life while growing up due to financial setbacks, he looked beyond his struggles at the time to pursue a childhood dream.

Ampratwum recently took to social media to share images of himself in graduation gown to inspire other young people.

''My mother sells Tomatoes and foodstuffs, My Father is a Carpenter but with God by their side I graduated last Friday....Bless them for me and atleast congratulate because I didn't let their hustle go waste ,'' he posted in a Facebook group and subsequently shared photos on his personal platform.

Asiedu photos of himself with his sister, a tomato seller, and father, a carpenter, to express gratitude.

In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Ghana’s former head of state and the first president of the 4th Republic, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings, made history and won the hearts of many when he reportedly soloed and flew a jet under the Adomi Bridge in 1979.

Prior to attaining that feat, Flt. Jerry John Rawlings graduated as the best cadet in flying and airmanship in 1969, winning the coveted ‘Speed Bird Trophy’ as the best cadet in flying the Su-7 ground attack supersonic jet aircraft for his year group.

For years, it had been rumoured that the former president soloed and flew a plane under the Adomi Bridge to the admiration of many Ghanaians.

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