- KalyJay, a popular Ghanaian Twitter influencer has graduated from the Ghana Institute of Journalism
- The top icon now looks forward to finishing his national service and developing his career very adequately
- KalyJay indicates that helping people connect with prominent icons and becoming a voice for the voiceless is one of the biggest motivations that keep him active online
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Popular Ghanaian Twitter influencer, KalyJay, whose real name is Joshua Boye-Doe, has graduated from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.
In a one on one chat with the famous Ghanaian icon, he indicated that life was very tough getting to the end of his studies, but he is excited to have been able to successfully grab his certificate.
KalyJay, who is an alumnus of Christland International School and Okuapemann Senior High School, gave further details when he mentioned that he lost 'two mothers' in 2019 and his grandfather in February 2020.
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Joshua Boye-Doe is currently undertaking his national service and looks forward to finishing so he could adequately develop his career.
Before concluding the session, the social media influencer indicated shockingly that there have been times he contemplated quitting Twitter.
However, KalyJay indicates that helping people connect with prominent icons and becoming a voice for the voiceless is one of the biggest motivations that keep him active.
Meanwhile, Ghanaian-born plastic surgeon, Dr Theodore Nyame, has become a force to reckon within the medical industry of the United States of America.
The now renowned medical officer has risen to high heights after enrolling at Cornell University to get a bachelor's degree in Chemistry & subsequently moving to Harvard University become a board-certified plastic surgeon.
From Harvard Medical School, Nyame became one of three selected out of hundreds of applicants to train in plastic surgery at the Harvard Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Program.
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