Justin Edie Ebulley: Boy who grew up in a broken home graduates from KNUST with first class

Justin Edie Ebulley: Boy who grew up in a broken home graduates from KNUST with first class

- A KNUST graduate named Justin Edie Ebulley has revealed he grew up in a broken home

- Justin made the revelation after he bagged a first-class degree in BA Religious Studies

- He was also in several leadership positions including being president of his department and the national president of Religious Studies Students and Associates Ghana

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Justin Edie Ebulley, a Ghanaian young man who grew up in a home that did not have both parents together has been able to make it to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and graduated with a first-class.

In a narration sighted by YEN.com.gh on his LinkedIn handle, Justin Edie Ebulley indicated that because of the situation at his home, his mother was assisted by an uncle who helped to raise him.

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According to Justin Edie Ebulley who studied a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, his successes were not only academic, as he performed really well in other aspects of his life as a student.

Justin Edie Ebulley: Boy who grew up in a broken home graduates from KNUST with first class
Justin Edie Ebulley: Boy who grew up in a broken home graduates from KNUST with first class Credit: LinkedIn, Justin Edie Ebulley
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"Not only did I graduate from KNUST in 2020 with a first-class degree in BA. Religious Studies, but I also served as the department's Vice President during the 2018/2019 academic year.
"In the 2019/2020 academic year, I was elected President of the Department and National President of Religious Studies Students and Associates Ghana. I have God to thank for everything," he narrated.

Justin Edie Ebulley whose life story has shown that parents whose partners abandon them can still raise their kids to become successful concluded by saying he is dreaming of bigger things.

In other news, Francis-Xavier Sosu (Esq), the member of parliament for the Madina Constituency in Accra, was called to bar in 2009 as a lawyer before he became a lawmaker after 12 years.

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In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal LinkedIn handle, the MP who is only 42 years old, shared a throwback photo of the moment he was called to the bar and expressed gratitude to God for the progress.

The Madina MP won the parliamentary seat on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the December 2020 general elections, which makes him a part of the 8th parliament of the 4th Republic.

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