- Kwame Eugene, a young man whose mother is a policewoman has graduated from university with a master's degree
- A graduation picture taken shows how excited Kwame's mother was about his success
- Kwame Eugene's graduation was spiced up by his name's similarity with Ghanaian musician Kuami Eugene
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A gentleman by name Kwame Eugene Asiedu graduated with a master's degree from university. In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, the young man was adorably being celebrated on his special graduation day.
A beautiful graduation picture that was taken shows Kwame in his stunning graduation sash and suit as his mother wore his graduation gown and was covering Kwame's head with the cap.
His mother who appears to be a policewoman beamed with ingratiating smiles indicating that she was extremely elated by her son's achievement.
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Perhaps, a great sensation of Kwame's big day was how his name is strikingly similar to that of a popular musician from Ghana popularly known as Kuami Eugene.
Kuami Eugene is a Ghanaian highlife and afrobeat singer-songwriter with many hit songs such as Obiaato, Wish Me Well, No More, Walahi among several others.
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See photo below of Kwame Eugene Asiedu and his mother below:
In other news, a Black woman from Detroit by name Annetta Powell who has been imprisoned for 24 months at the Alderson Federal Prison in West Virginia, known as 'Camp Cupcake' has made a huge comeback with $50 million in the real estate industry.
Blackenterprise.com reports that her business in real estate started as far back as 2002 when the brilliant woman started making progress. She leveraged her industry knowledge, published her first real estate book, and started conducting training seminars in 2007.
Life took a U-turn for the passionate entrepreneur just the following year as she was investigated for real estate fraud and later indicted in 2011 for mortgage fraud.
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