Mandy Ofori Sarpong, one of the daughters of business mogul Ernest Ofori Sapong of Special Ice fame, has been trending following news that she has become a lawyer.
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She was called to the Bar at a short ceremony at a ceremony organised by the General Legal Council (GLC) in Accra.
Mandy was part of 424 new lawyers who were given certification by the GLC on Thursday, December 17, 2020, to begin their law careers.
YEN.com.gh has dug around to find a few photos and details about Mandy.
Mandy's age is not readily known but she is believed to be in her mid-20s. She celebrates her birthday on April 22.
2. Basic School:
Mandy started her education at Merton International School but left for Faith Montessori School where she completed in 2009.
3. Secondary School:
Mandy attended the Wesley Girls High School in Cape Coast where she completed in 2013.
From Wesley Girls, Mandy attended the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) where she obtained a Bachelor of Law degree in 2019.
She then attended the University of Law in the United Kingdom where she obtained an advanced degree.
Prior to being called to the bar, Mandy has had stints as an intern working at a number of law firms.
In other news on YEN.com.gh, Kennedy Osei's wife, Tracy, has flaunted her mother in new photos on social media.
Tracy Osei shared the photos in celebration of her mother's birthday today, December 17, 2020.
Tracy's husband who joined in the celebration described his mother-in-law as gorgeous.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that media personality Cookie Tee, known in private life as Shirley Emma Tibila, is no more a presenter with of GH One TV, the flagship TV station of EIB Network.
Cookie Tee has left the EIB Network to join Media General where she will be working at TV3 as a presenter.
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