- Ajeezay, a popular Ghanaian comedian, was rejected by his family for choosing comedy over his academic prospects
- The comedian revealed this himself in a recent interview with Zion Felix
- Ajeezay has always been a brilliant boy since childhood who even passed BECE when he was only in JHS 1
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Popular Ghanaian comedian, Ajeezay, has revealed in a recent interview that his journey to becoming a comedian was a very rough one partly because of his family.
Ajeezay made this revelation among several others in a one-on-one session with Ghanaian blogger, Zion Felix.
The comedian explained that he graduated with a first-class degree from the University of Cape Coast (UCC) having studied a Bachelor of Science in Education and majored in Chemistry and Biology.
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That was not all. Ajeezay also has a record of academic excellence that started when he sat for his BECE exams. At the time, he was only in JHS 1 and came out with flying colours.
When he graduated from UCC, the comedian, whose father was a lawyer, indicates he was the highest performing student in his group.
After his national service, however, Ajeezay decided to let his academic prospects go and follow his passion of becoming a comedian, which his family members were not supportive of.
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They felt he was wasting away all the golden chances of becoming a celebrated academician, but Ajeezay never gave in to their calls and now, he is reaping the fruits of his hard labour.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also reported that a young lady identified on Twitter as Tabitha Ladaryl has narrated how her grandfather surprised her with her dream car on the day of her graduation.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of the beautiful young lady, she indicates that the car was given to her by her parents who mentioned it was actually from her late grandfather.
"Before he passed last August, he paid for the car he knew I always wanted in full and made sure I got it for graduation," Tabitha narrates.
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