How it started vs how it's going: Longtime friends become medical doctor & lawyer

How it started vs how it's going: Longtime friends become medical doctor & lawyer

- 2 Ghanaian gentlemen who are old boys of Mfantsipim School have succeeded in becoming a doctor and a lawyer

- Adjei, one of the 2, shared an old photo they took from high school along with their current picture

- Many Ghanaians have been congratulating the 2 on their massive achievement

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Two school mates from senior high school have succeeded in venturing into two of the most coveted career paths that are revered in Ghana currently.

This was revealed in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of one of the gentlemen identified on the social media platform as Mants3 Adjei.

In the post, Adjei shared an old school photo of himself and his friend, Knii Somo, mentioned that it showed how they both started before becoming a lawyer and a doctor currently.

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See the post below:

The post gathered thousands of reactions on Twitter and YEN.com.gh has gathered some of the most captivating and interesting ones.

@Acheampomaa19 told the two gentlemen that they are flocking together because they are birds of the same feather

@D3lah_say congratulated Adjei and his friend, commenting that the achievement of the men is really beautiful

@MrBenjamine also congratulated the duo on their massive achievement, revealing that they belong to Mfantsipim Old Boys Association

How it started vs how it's going: Longtime friends become medical doctor & lawyer

How it started vs how it's going: Longtime friends become medical doctor & lawyer Source: @Mants3_Adjei
Source: Twitter

In a similar powerful report by YEN.com.gh, Prince Benson Mankotam, a gentleman who hails from Antwikrom, a small village in the Bono Region has successfully been called to the bar, which was a childhood ambition.

In a one-on-one engagement with YEN.com.gh's Edward Asare, Prince reveals that at age six, he promised his dad that he will grow up to be a lawyer.

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There were no visible prospects for him to fulfil his dream at the time but interestingly, events started unfolding one after the other in line with his aspiration.

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