- Dr. Edzorna Kwame has bagged a golden certificate as he graduates from the University of Havana in Cuba
- He left the country in 2012 to pursue this academic milestone and has finally made himself proud
- Dr. Kwame has earned his degree in 2020 and has been celebrated in a post on social media
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Dr. Edzorna Kwame has become a model of Ghanaian excellence. He has graduated with a golden certificate from the University of Havana in Cuba.
The young ambitious man set off to maximise his education potentials at the prestigious university in 2012.
After years of hard work, defeating touch challenges and daunting drawbacks, he has persevered and graduated with a distinction from the university.
Dr. Edzorna Kwame has been celebrated on social media following his recent academic accomplishment.
Ben Dostsei Malor, the Chief Editor - Dailies of UN News at the United Nations, shared Kwame’s educational journey and success in a post along with inspiring photos on social media.
He captioned his post:
''CUBA-GHANA - CONGRATULATIONS, APPRECIATION, CELEBRATIONS: Respect, honour, and well done to one of Ghana's newest Cuban-trained Medical Doctors, Dr. Edzorna Kwame Clever Boli, who has just graduated with a Golden Certificate or Título de Oro - a sign of academic excellence - (among the top batch in his class of 120 students) from the Medical School of Cuba's oldest university, the University of Havana.''
Read the full message below.
In other news, Ghana’s president, Akufo-Addo’s political journey amid his struggles, eventual rise, and resounding victory to the Jubilee House, have been captured in an NPP campaign video.
The creative piece features a little boy with a dream to become a president in the future and his grandfather as his source of motivation.
There’s no scintilla of falsehood in the narratives that Nana Akufo-Addo is a determined trailblazer, resilient achiever, and a leader who has imprinted his mark in the sands of history.
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