- A young social media user, a_coleman25, has celebrated as he earns a law degree from the University of Mississippi School of Law
- a_coleman25 who is set to graduate with the law degree on April 29 also has a degree in engineering
- He shared a photo to celebrate achieving his goal
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A young social media user with the Twitter handle, a_coleman25, has headed online to celebrate as he prepares to graduate with a law degree from the University of Mississippi School of Law.
According to the young Black man, he set out a goal to earn his first degree in engineering and proceed to pursue a law degree after.
A_coleman25 proudly disclosed that he has been able to achieve his goals.
''In high school, I told anyone willing to listen that I was gonna get an engineering degree and then go to law school. Two weeks from today on April 29, I officially complete that goal as I graduate from the University of Mississippi School of Law,'' he said.
Impressed by his accomplishments, his followers headed to the comment section to celebrate him underneath the post.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Abu Sufiano Yahya, a young ex-convict who claimed he was denied admittance by three Ghanaian senior high schools has finally gained admission into the Awe Senior High School.
The 23-year-old student had alleged that the authorities of the schools, including the Awe Senior High School, Fumbisi Senior High School, and the Sandema Senior High School refused to admit him because he is an ex-convict.
Abu Sufiano Yahya who was sentenced to 12 years imprisonment in 2016 for snatching a woman's handbag in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region bemoaned his plight in an interview with Crime Check TV.
In other news, a kind-spirited young Ghanaian, Basintale Abel Edmond Baba is making commendable impressions in the lives of the disadvantaged in Bawku in the Upper East Region with his little resources.
Despite being financially constrained, Edmond Baba is helping the deprived by donating food and other useful items to aid them to cope with their difficult situation which has been worsened by the prevailing pandemic.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, the kind-hearted young man has been celebrated for donating to an aged blind woman who ekes a living from breaking and selling stones.
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