- Adwoa Amoako Adjei, a young female Ghanaian lawyer has reportedly been called to The Gambia and Ghana bars
- The 26-year-old lawyer is reportedly one of the youngest female lawyers to attain this feat
- Adwoa Amoako Adjei's accomplished has attracted some pleasant accolades
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After years of hard work, young Ghanaian female lawyer, Adwoa Amoako Adjei, has been called to The Gambia and Ghana bars.
Recently, Adwoa Amoako Adjei, who is also an entrepreneur, is attracting attention on social media after her admirable feat became public.
Base Africa TV reports that she is one of the youngest female lawyers to be called to The Gambia and Ghana bars.
Born on April 11, 1994, the 26-year-old reportedly distinguished herself in her legal courses and successfully made it to the bar.
The young entrepreneur is currently helping those who have been let down by the law school and needs motivation.
Base Africa TV amplified the remarkable accomplishment of the young female Ghanaian lawyer.
Adwoa Amoako Adjei’s impressive feat has generated some reactions from friends and loved ones.
''Koforidua flowers mu panyin Smiling face with heart-shaped eyesSmiling face with heart-shaped eyes,'' @daavi_trichia said in response.
@mrpatriq quizzed: ''ah, Gambia too?.''
In December 2019, YEN.com.gh reported that three Ghanaian law students have distinguished themselves after they topped in different legal courses at the Gambia School of Law.
According to the Ghana National Association of Law Students, Albert Agyepong, Naa Koshie Mills and Chelsea Oforiwaa Ofoe emerged top of their classes in different legal courses at the West African law school.
The Association of Law Students took to Facebook to congratulate the three Ghanaian students who were recently honoured by The Gambia School of Law.
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