- A lady, Kanisha L Hall, has overcome and is now a medical doctor, something she has always wanted
- The lady said though her path was rough, she never gave up on her dreams
- People acknowledged her feat as they praised the lady for putting up a good fight for her ambition
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A pretty lady, Kanisha L Hall, has shown that hard work eventually pays off no matter how great the challenges in one’s way could be.
In a LinkedIn post, the lady celebrated her achievement and said that she became a doctor against all odds because she never allowed obstacles to discourage her.
According to her LinkedIn profile, she is also an advocate for women’s health and a seasoned public speaker.
The lady is also a medical officer of Kluster Radio Media Group in the US and a member of the Howard University Medical Alumni Association.
Congratulations came in from her followers on the app. Below are some of them:
Ermina Codjoe said:
"Congratulations and Continued Blessings!! In the circle of Believers, we often mention a quote that is applicable to all of us.....'You are Blessed to be a Blessing' We applaud you for applying yourself to the sacrifice, discipline and the purpose driven action of fulfilling your God-given goal....You are Blessed, you succeeded, and you will continue to be a Blessing in your work, and in your challenge to others..."
Evalina Hector said:
Charlonda Bolden-Pitchford said:
In other YNE.com.gh news, the General Secretary of the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, is insisting that the party will choose the next Speaker of Parliament in the Fourth Republic in 2021.
Despite losing the presidential poll, the NDC has continuously attacked the credibility of the verdict without convincing evidence while claiming the party clinched 140 parliamentary seats in the just-ended 2020 elections.
Speaking in an interview with TV3's Komla Klutse, the General Secretary of the NDC, Asiedu Nketiah, reiterated that the party won 140 parliamentary seats.
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