- A former Science student of Accra Academy has passed out of Law School in grand style
- The young lawyer was recently called to the bar and shared photos of the memorable ceremony
- During his time in SHS, Earl was a hall prefect and doubled as a Scripture Union vice president
Earl Eyram Fosu has shattered academic glass ceilings and has charted a new path for himself as a former Science student by rather going to Law School and getting called to the Bar.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Earl Eyram Fosu who studied Science in Accra Academy, dropped the prospects of becoming a medical doctor and rather focused his energy into becoming a lawyer.
This great academic achievement did not come on a silver platter as Earl Eyram Fosu had to battle it out with equally brilliant students for a slot into Ghana's rigorous Law School system.
Earl Eyram Fosu managed to live up to expectations and has recently been called to the Ghana Bar.
Following the admirable feat, photos of Earl Eyram Fosu have been shared online and his academic record has been celebrated.
The post which sought to celebrate Earl Eyram Fosu indicated that he completed Accra Academy Senior High School in Accra in 2013.
While in SHS, Earl Eyram Fosu, is said to have served as a vice president in on-campus Christian group, Scripture Union (SU).
He was also a hall prefect which he coupled with studying in school as a Science student.
The post which accompanied Earl Eyram Fosu's 'call to the Bar' photos read:
"Today is a memorable day because today you meet one of your fondest dreams. Today you become a lawyer and start a new stage full of challenges, which I am sure you will know defeat. Congratulations.
Bleoo 13’ Bleoobi Earl Eyram Fosu Esqr. 2 science 2. He was the SU Vice President and a Hall Prefect
Currently interning with Kimathi Partners, a reputable law firm in Ghana as well as the lead on Legal affairs on Proswrites Foundation, a reputable non-profit organisation in Ghana."
In an equally inspiring piece of news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a 2020 graduate from Ghana's premier tertiary institution, the University of Ghana, has every reason to smile after finally acquiring his first degree which took him 10 years.
Mr Nana Boakye-Yiadom who got enrolled in the university in 2010 to study for a 4-year programme got sidelined by many challenges which saw him deferring a number of times.
The story has it that the course that should have been completed in 2014, took Nana Boakye-Yiadom an extra six years to be able to achieve.