- A young lady has taken graduation photos to the next level as she dazzled tweeps with amazing snaps
- The lady said she did five different internships in school before she eventually graduated
- Many tweeps commented on different parts of her outfits as some said they love her boot
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A young lady with the Twitter handle @ErnAlxx has celebrated herself massively after becoming a graduate from an undisclosed US school.
The lady said she completed her education with a 3.7 CGPA. She added that she had to go through the hassle of five different internships.
What perhaps got the attention of people more was that she posted very confident-looking photos to mark her graduation.
She combined her graduation gown with a sweatshirt in one of the photos, making a good fashion statement.
See her post below:
In a subsequent tweet, the lady said that she is overwhelmed by all the congratulatory messages she received as she thanked everyone for their best wishes.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"Congrats!!! Now go take on the ungrateful world we live in good luck! Become ONE with the I AM being your creator! Blessings."
"Congrats and good luck with all of your business opportunities."
"The third slide is a whole mood... Congratulations."
"You’re soooo prettyyy! Congratulations."
"Women who strive for success and knowledge are madd attractive."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that the secretary to the president of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Asante Bediatuo, has tied the knot with his fiancée Sarah Mary Olufemi Adetola, in a luxurious traditional wedding on Saturday, December 26.
The traditional wedding, which was held at the Saint Francis Cottage, Anoff-Nsawam in the Eastern Region, was strictly by untransferable invitation.
The bride, Mary Olufemi Adetola, is an accomplished Nigerian entrepreneur with multiple ventures.
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