- A lady named Daisy Lamptey-Fianko, who wanted to be a medical doctor, has ended up in a different set of circumstances and is interestingly very excited
- According to Daisy, by the year 2011 all she wanted to become was a medical doctor, but she is surprised to be finishing her second BSc
- The beautiful lady also got married along the line and now graduates with a child, another baby on the way, and a degree
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Daisy Lamptey-Fianko, an accomplished lady, has recounted how her life journey switched completely from her ambition to become a doctor, leaving her extremely happy still.
For many, being unable to fulfill what they had planned to do is a disappointment, but in the case of Daisy, it is simply an interesting twist of fate that she is excited to have.
Daisy indicates that in 2011 her life goal was set at obtaining her Bachelor's degree by 20 and then going to medical school to become a doctor.
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Two years on, the beautiful lady found herself starting her AAS (Associate degree in Applied Science) in paralegal studies in 2013 and graduating with a distinction in 2016.
After that, she got married to her wonderful boyfriend in 2017, had her first child in 2018, and fast-forward in 2020, she just finished her Bachelor's in Science in Criminal Justice with a distinction and another baby in the pipeline.
According to Daisy, her story affirms the fact that God has plans for his children and although it may not necessarily be what they think of, it is still beautiful in the end.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also reported that renowned Ghanaian gospel musician, Joe Mettle, has recounted his journey to stardom, indicating moments when people completely discouraged him.
Joe Mettle revealed this about himself with popular media personality, Naa Ashorkor, on Story Time, a segment on Between Hours, which is a programme she started at Asaase Radio 99.5 FM.
According to Joe Mettle, he started from a very humble background and had several people try to talk him out of his music career although he was sure God had called him.
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