- A Ghanaian lady, @DadsonAraba, has showcased the books she has read so far in the year 2020
- Many applauded her choice of books as some suggested she read more titles they think she would enjoy
- There were also those who were in utter disbelief of the possibility that a person could finish those books within the year
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A Ghanaian lady with the Twitter handle @DadsonAraba has shown that reading is a good way to build the mind.
@DadsonAraba in a post on Wednesday, November 25, posed with all the books she has read since March this year.
She, however, indicated that they are hard copies. That means her reading list could be longer when soft copies are considered. That is really amazing!
The lady also showcased her natural hair in the photo and that blended well with colours of the cover pages of the books she had on display.
She described her fro and books as happiness.
See her tweet below:
Her tweet gathered a lot of interactions from book lovers and many others who appreciated the efforts that go into reading.
Below are some of the reactions to her post:
"I wish all dese are not just novels....I wish de are lecture slides..lemme beg you for brain exchange...cos if dis school mistakenly resumes...I'm a gone soul."
"Girls who reads a lot disturbs in marriages."
"Would you mind listing them? I'm trying to make them out but struggling. They look so good. Loved Yaa Gyasi's Homegoing btw."
"Wow, a fellow book lover like me. I do mostly soft copies sha, I'm trying to see some of the titles, but they are blurry, can you send the titles to me apart from Chimamanda's books? Thanks."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Nigerian student, Ogwubie Chikemzi Praise, made nine As in her West African Senior School Certificate Examination papers.
The news was made known by a Twitter handle identified as Ikwerre Youth Movement Television.
It was, however, not stated if the result was from the 2020 released results on Monday, November 2 which the board said 65.24% passed.
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