- A Ghanaian young man by name Issa Madugu, has graduated from Cornell University, an Ivy League School in the United States
- Madugu graduated after studying B.S in Civil Engineering & Minor in Architecture, A.A.P
- He shared powerful photos on a short tour around the school and indicated that he has an interesting story that would be shared in a book
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Issa Madugu, a handsome gentleman from Ghana has graduated from Cornell University, one of the Ivy League Institutions in New York, in the United States of America.
The 'fresh boy' took a breathtaking photo tour around the school on his graduation day as seen in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal Facebook handle.
Magudu completed his B.S in Civil Engineering & Minor in Architecture, A.A.P from the school that is regarded one of the top eight in the United States along with Harvard University, Princeton University, Yale University and others.
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By way of appreciation, Madugu, a Muslim, thanked Allah for not forgetting him in the middle of nowhere in Ithaca by himself, thanked himself for not giving up during times there was no light at the end of the tunnel.
Madugu goes a step further to appreciate his family and friends who supported him as well as his special advisors at Cornell University.
According to Issa Madugu, there is a remarkable story behind his degree that is a very interesting one and would actually feature in a book soon.
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In another interesting report, a beautiful Ghanaian nurse by name Enam Honya Heikeens has had her beautiful black skin taken over by a skin condition called vitiligo which started when she was only seven.
In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Enam, who is also the director for Vitiligo Ghana Foundation, indicates that she now helps people to also fight against the stigma that people suffer due to their condition, mentioning that it has not been an easy journey at all.
Almost throughout her life, Enam has had to put up with people looking strangely at her and at worse, avoiding any form of contact with her as though she had a contagious disease like COVID-19.
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