- A social media user, Andrews Nuonibe Larkai, has recounted how a woman who had faced cycles of rejections became a lawyer
- In a Facebook post, Larkai disclosed that now-lawyer Esther Akua Gyamfi became disabled at age two (2)
- He revealed that young Akua Gyamfi was denied admission by 11 schools due to her disability
- Despite the discrimination, Gyamfi has become the first International and Comparative Disability Law and Policy lawyer with disability in Ghana
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A social media user with the Facebook name, Andrews Nuonibe Larkai, has given an emotional narration about how a woman who had faced neglect has become a lawyer.
In a Facebook post, Larkai recounted that Esther Akua Gyamfi, who made history as Ghana's first-ever International and Comparative Disability Law and Policy lawyer with a disability had faced rounds of rejections from society after she became disabled at the age of two (2).
Recounting now-barrister Esther Akua Gyamfi's emotional journey, Larkai wrote, ''she became paralysed at the age of two (2). Doctors, nurses, friends, and family advised her [mother] to get rid of her because she would have to babysit her for the rest of her life. But in all these, her mother's response was: "everything works together for good to those who love God and are called according to His purpose.''
He disclosed that eleven (11) primary schools denied then young Esther Akua Gyamfi admittance due to her disability.
Her mother, however, took up the responsibility and homeschooled her, according to Larkai.
Eventually, the primary education Akua Gyamfi received from home propelled her to become the first International and Comparative Disability Law and Policy lawyer with disability in Ghana.
Read the full post below.
Previously, YEN.com.gh reported Ghanaian business titan and millionaire, Dr Richard Kofi Asiedu, has posed alongside his fleet of deluxe cars including his newly acquired Rolls Royce 2021 and Bentley 2021.
The chief executive officer of Saint (St) Andrews Group of Schools and Companies is used to treating himself to expensive gifts.
Dr Asiedu is making the trends after he was spotted in front of his garage with the line-up of luxurious vehicles.
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Source: Yen Newspaper