Young man who struggled to see himself through law school dies 1 week after graduating

Young man who struggled to see himself through law school dies 1 week after graduating

- A young lawyer who was recently called to the Ghana Bar has sadly passed away

- The young man, according to reports, had to strive and struggle to stay in law school

- He was part of the over 400 fresh lawyers who were recently called to the bar

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News reaching YEN.com.gh has it that a Ghanaian lawyer who was recently called to the Ghana Bar, has sadly lost his life just a week after the grand occasion.

According to reports, the young lawyer who lives at Gbawe, a suburb of Accra, was accompanying a friend who was on his way to bury his dad and they got involved in an accident.

Many people who know the young man and heard about the incident are completely broken over the sad news.

Young man who struggled to see himself through law school dies 1 week after graduating

Young man who struggled to see himself through law school dies 1 week after graduating
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Reports have it that the young man had to struggle financially to put himself through and successfully complete law school.

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Other people are also broken over the fact that just a week after he was called to the Ghana Bar, death laid its icy hands on him to deprive him the chance of enjoying the fruit of his own labour.

Many messages of condolence have come in for the young man with a lot of people questioning how life can sometimes be unfair to some people.

Speaking about new lawyers, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a lawyer who was recently called to the bar, Akbar Yussif Rohullah Khomeini, has recounted how Dr Mahammudu Bawumia paid his fees all through Law School.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Facebook, Akbar Yussif Rohullah Khomeini revealed how he was forever indebted to Ghana's vice president for his act of kindness.

According to Akbar Yussif Rohullah Khomeini, his fees were paid in full by Dr Bawumia and the vice president also ensured that he had 'chop money' for school.

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The lawyer who was recently called to the Ghana Bar, added that even though he opted to pay the fees at a point, Dr Bawumia asked him not to.

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Source: Yen Ghana

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