Rosemary: Girl from Mirigu in Upper East bags first class at University of Ghana

Rosemary: Girl from Mirigu in Upper East bags first class at University of Ghana

- Rosemary Ayelazuno Achentisa, a stunning young lady who comes from a small village with limited resources in the Upper East Region has graduated from the University of Ghana

- The lady bagged first class in Geography and Resource Development with Archaeology

- Rosemary indicates that her journey was a tough one as she failed time and again but kept pushing on

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A beautiful young lady identified as Rosemary Ayelazuno Achentisa has risen from a humble beginning to achieve great success that is being admired by all and sundry on social media.

Sharing her story in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Rosemary revealed that she hailed from Mirigu, located in the Kassena Nankana West District in the Upper East Region of Ghana with very limited resources.

With relentlessness and hard work, she has been able to attend and successfully graduate from the University of Ghana with first class in Geography and Resource Development with Archaeology.

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Rosemary A: Girl from small village in Upper East bags first class at University of Ghana

Rosemary A: Girl from small village in Upper East bags first class at University of Ghana Credit: LinkedIn, Rosemary A
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Interestingly, Rosemary also indicated that this journey was not as smooth or straightforward as it may appear on the surface because she failed time and again.

"Coming from a village in the Upper East Region of Ghana where there are limited resources I must say God has been faithful. Many times I failed but that did not deter me from moving forward and attaining my goal," she said.

After coming this far, Rosemary hopes that this marks the beginning of many greater heights she wishes to attain in her life.

In another powerful story shared by YEN.com.gh, an astute Ghanaian journalist by the name Ridwan Karim Dini-Osman is one of the winners of a global contest on COVID-19 reporting by the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ).

AmeyawDebrah reports that the hardworking journalist was selected out of a whopping 672 entries that were received from a total of 25 countries and he ended up placing third at end of the entire contest.

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Ridwan was selected by virtue of a documentary he produced on how to manage COVID-19 waste and how the new wave of the infection was causing fear among the populace.

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