- A brilliant Ghanaian lady named Priscilla Kpoti Mayor has graduated from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ghana (ICAG)
- Priscilla earned this feat in July and has become a fully certified accountant
- The high-achieving young lady took to social media to celebrate her recent educational milestone
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A young Ghanaian lady identified as Priscilla Kpoti Mayor has graduated from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ghana (ICAG).
Priscilla completed her years of training at ICAG in July and has become a fully certified accountant.
The brilliant young lady bagged this feat following years of hard work, commitment, and dedication.
Priscilla has become a woman worth highlighting as her achievement continues to inspire many women, especially young girls who aspire to clinch the same feat.
Announcing her recent accomplishment in a post on social media, Priscilla proudly owned every moment of her success.
Her post read:
Last weekend, I graduated from the Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana (ICAG).The journey has not been an easy one with so many failures but we never gave up.
Despite her years of hard work and dedication, Priscilla was humble about her educational achievement.
She credited God for her success while expressing intense gratitude to her family and loved ones.
"God made it possible," she said before proceeding to thank everyone else who made it possible.
The brilliant young lady took the opportunity to use her recent milestone to inspire others as she encouraged people to reach beyond the skies.
"I want to use this opportunity to encourage someone out there." she added.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh recently reported about how young Black women such as Jackie Smith reflect educational brilliance with their academic achievements.
Smith just completed her years of training at the United States Naval Academy and is ready to be commissioned to serve her country as she makes her mark in history.
The young woman’s recent feat certainly mirrors her hard work and character. Her motivating story also affirms how far the world has come regarding the integration of women in careers that were once considered to be male-dominated.
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