- A resilient single mother of four kids, Sandra Isirima, has graduated with her postgraduate degree from Queen's University in Belfast in Northern Ireland
- Sandra was widowed after she lost her hubby to cancer and had to combine her studies with mothering her children
- After years of hard work, she has proudly bagged her master's degree in Leadership for Sustainable Development from the prestigious university
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A mother of four children named Sandra Isirima has become a remarkable example of a superwoman as she graduates with her postgraduate degree from Queen’s University in Belfast.
Despite being widowed over eight months ago, she has defied daunting struggles as she combined her studies with raising her children.
YEN.com.gh learned that Sandra lost her husband to cancer. During those dark periods of her life, she was shattered.
After years of hard work amid her pain, Sandra has defeated the odds. The superwoman played the roles of a mother and father while pursuing her master's degree.
Now, Sandra has proudly bagged her postgraduate degree in Leadership for Sustainable Development from Queen’s University’s School of Biological Sciences.
In another story, photography journalist, Senyuiedzorm Awusi Adadevoh, has been spotted with a baby strapped to her back during the launch of a research report in Accra by the Alliance for Women in Media, Africa (AWMA).
The award-winning photographer’s maternal gesture at the launch of the report on the status of women in the Ghanaian media has been lauded as a powerful symbolic gesture considering the forum.
In the symbolic photo that is making the rounds on social media, Adadevoh can be seen with a child strapped to her back while going about her usual photography business during the AWMA event which was held on Wednesday, August 26, 2020, at the Centre for African Westlands Auditorium at the University of Ghana.
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