- Ghanaian gospel musician Philipa Baafi has revealed she is about to graduate as a medical doctor
- Philipa Baafi cleared rumours that her music career had stopped because of her marriage and child, stating that it was only because she enrolled in medical school
- According to the 'Go-High' hitmaker, becoming a doctor was her childhood dream that she chose to never give up on
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Philipa Baafi, a popular Ghanaian gospel artist renowned for her hit song 'go-high' has indicated that she is about to graduate as a medical doctor from an institution.
A report sighted by YEN.com.gh on adomonline.com indicates that Philipa made the groundbreaking revelation in a radio interview.
The renowned musician has been off the scenes for some years now it has been rumoured by many that marriage and childbirth made her stop the music.
However, Philipa calls all the hearsay complete fallacy and indicated that she has been enrolled in medical school which is why her music career was halted.
In her own words, “It is not true that marriage and childbirth made me leave the music scene. I went back to school to continue my ambition to become a medical doctor".
The Ghanaian musician also adds that becoming a medical doctor was actually her childhood dream that she chose never to give up on.
According to her, being a medical doctor was a longtime ambition since childhood, hence her intention to go for what her heart desired.
The ‘Go High’ hitmaker stressed that as part of her passion drive, she already has a foundation that helps to supply free medicine to the sick, needy and poor in society.
Philipa did not disclose the school she is in or the year she is set to graduate.
In another interesting report concerning a Ghanaian health worker, YEN.com.gh earlier shared that 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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