Determined lady bags her master's degree two years after her mom earned hers

Determined lady bags her master's degree two years after her mom earned hers

- A young woman with the Twitter handle, Alonismq, is celebrating after bagging her master's degree

- Alonismq credits her mom with her recent academic achievement

- The young woman has taken to her social media platform to encourage people to never give up on their dreams

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A relentless young woman with the Twitter handle, Alonismq, has shared an inspirational post as she graduated with her postgraduate degree from the university.

The young lady joined the class of women who are breaking barriers to attain academic success.

In the post shared on her social media page, Alonismq revealed she recently bagged her master's degree despite some adversity.

Determined lady bags her master's degree two years after her mom earned hers
Lady bags her master's degree two years after her mom earned hers. Image: Alonismq
Source: Twitter

Encouraging her followers on Twitter never to give up, the resilient black lady credited her mother for her academic achievement.

According to Alonismq, she decided to chase her dream of pursuing advanced education after her mom encouraged her.

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''Two years ago, my mom encouraged me during my master’s application as I watched her graduate with hers. Today I got one too! #whoworeitbetter,'' she wrote on Twitter.

After successfully bagging her postgraduate degree, Alonismq is encouraging others not to give up on their dreams.

''When you feel like giving up, remember someone is watching, inspiring to be like you,'' she said.

Alonismq accompanied her post with a photo collage posing alongside her daring mother.

The motivating photo shows the mother-daughter duo wearing their graduation insignia while glowing for the lens.

Meanwhile, previously reported that Ghanaian software engineer, Anna Addei, has joined the PowerPoint team of tech-giant Microsoft.

Addei's achievement places her in an integral part of Microsoft as an African woman in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM).

Her journey to Microsoft began with a recruitment programme at Microsoft that aims at tapping into African tech talents in African universities.

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In other news, a young Ghanaian father, Anthony Evidence Mensah, has advised his colleagues to sometimes give their children free will as he proudly goes shopping with his son.

Sharing his recent experience with his son who he went shopping with, Evidence Mensah, discovered his son lacks restraint when allowed to do what he wants.

Despite his son's lack of restraint, he discovered that the little angel is all he needs. After spending precious moments bonding with his son, Evidence Mensah has advised parents to sometimes give their children the free will to do whatever they want.

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