- Twitter user, _b2b, has celebrated her academic achievement in a post online
- The young Black lady recently announced she has graduated with a a degree in science
- _b2b completed her tertiary education with laudable honours
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_b2b, a Twitter user, has been touted as a fine embodiment of young women who continue to define excellence with their achievements.
In a recent post on social media, the excited young lady gushed about her latest milestone with so much glee. _b2b announced she has earned her Bachelor’s degree with distinction from a renowned university in the United States.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has prevented the commencement of schools and halted the celebration of milestones and unions including graduations, parties, weddings, and even fashion events.
Despite the current state of the world because of the prevailing global pandemic, many, against all odds, are making themselves proud.
Regardless of these setbacks, _b2b, brilliantly celebrated her laudable success with a photo and awe-inspiring words.
May 2, 2020 I graduated [Cume] Laude honors with a Bachelors in Science. During these last 4 years I learned so much about myself and being the first graduate in my family is the biggest accomplishment.’
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh recently reported that with Black women shattering education barriers every day, there’s no doubt that with the right support in leadership, they will turn things around and make the world a better space.
A Twitter user with the handle name, SheGoByJubilee, has become an example of women reaching beyond education, cultural, and social limitations.
The young Black woman recently announced in a post on Twitter that she has completed college with a Bachelor of Science in Global Health.
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After working in engineering for a while, Osei and his brother decided to come together and begin their own initiative. The two creative entrepreneurs settled on granite after thinking it through about what to do with Ghana’s abundant resources.
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