- Derrick Kyei is a graduate from the University of Georgia Bulldog in the United States
- The proud young man graduated with BSc. honours in Computer Science late 2019
- Derrick Kyei celebrated his accomplishment with graduation photos on social media
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Derrick Kyei earned a BSc. in Computer Science after years of hard work to attain this feat from the University of Georgia Bulldog.
In late December 2019, the Ghanaian graduate posted awe-inspiring images after he completed university following years of rigorous studies.
Derrick Kyei is one of thousands of students who had their academic pursuit materialized with the intent of fulfilling their dreams.
After completing senior high school, Kyei decided to further his tertiary education at the University of Georgia Bulldog where he studied BSc. in Computer Science.
Derrick Kyei finally graduated university with BSc. honours in Computer Science and he excitedly shared images from his graduation ceremony on social media.
''Graduated a Georgia Bulldog. Earned my B.S. in Computer Science. Will be starting my tech career with one of the world’s top 10 Fortune 500 companies. All praise and gratitude goes to you first Yeshua. Ghanafuo yɛ wɔ krom,'' the fresh graduate at the time captioned his photos flaunting the Ghana flag, a sash and school bag made with kente.
The images which accompanied the post had the young graduate in his stylish suit and he erupted congratulatory messages from friends and loved ones in the thread.
''Congratulations bro but you got to tell me where you got that backpack,''@A_Dadzie_8 wrote.
@A_Jei1 blisffuly said: ''Congratulations you are perfect....friends.''
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that the world is not in ordinary times in the wake of coronavirus and this has pushed many Ghanaian trotro drivers and mates to take precautions to protect themselves.
Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo reiterated this clearly during his address to the nation on Sunday March 15, 2020, when he outlined enhanced measures against the further spread of the deadly disease.
As part of the measures, the president placed an immediate ban on all public gatherings including conferences, funerals, political rallies, religious gatherings and related activities as part of measures against the spread of the pandemic in the country.
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