- Dr Blessing Boateng has inspired with a recent announcement that she bagged her degree
- She recounted that the journey took her six long years
- Dr Blessing flooded social media with photos of herself to celebrate her great achievement
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After six years of studies, Blessing Boateng’s hard work has finally paid off. She has successfully bagged her degree and has her career in sight.
This academic milestone definitely did not come to her on a silver platter. Blessing resolved to make the most of the opportunity offered to her to make herself proud.
The young Ghanaian women who recently grabbed her degree to become a certified medical doctor has been praised for her accomplishment.
This comes after she flooded social media with stunning frames of herself donned in her colourful working uniform.
Announcing her progressive step in education, the young doctor admitted that the journey to securing her degree was not easy.
Blessing noted that it took her six long years of sweat and tears. She said at a point, she wanted to quit.
“Six years was never an easy journey. I learnt a lot of lessons. The good, the bad the ugly. I cried, I gave up at a point, I laughed etc. It was such a thrilling journey,’’ she said.
Blessing added: ‘‘It looked so far but here we are now.. Want to thank everyone who contributed to this story especially my parents and friends. Story of grace and mercy.’’
In another story, a six-year-old Ghanaian resident in the United Kingdom, Leanne Afriyie Boateng, has expressed unconditional love as the world battles with the novel coronavirus.
Leanne recently turned a new age and the young princess asked her parents to donate the money intended for her birthday bash to charity.
At a time when the world appears to have been turned on its head against the dreadful backdrop of a global pandemic, Leanne’s benevolent persona and generous love is what many need to help them cope.
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