Mubarak Sleek Shushu: Genius Ghanaian Graduates with Master's in Maths from Ohio University

Mubarak Sleek Shushu: Genius Ghanaian Graduates with Master's in Maths from Ohio University

  • A Ghanaian maths genius, Mubarak Sleek Shushu, has graduated with a master's degree in Mathematics
  • He earned his postgraduate degree from Ohio University in the United States of America
  • Mubarak Sleek Shushu has shared photos on social media to celebrate his achievement

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A Ghanaian maths genius with the social media handle, Mubarak Sleek Shushu, has earned a master's degree in Mathematics from Ohio University in the United States of America.

He has celebrated his academic milestone in a series of posts on his social media platforms.

Mubarak Sleek Shushu: Ghanaian graduates with master's in Maths from Ohio University
Mubarak Sleek Shushu: Ghanaian graduates with master's in Maths from Ohio University. Image: Mubarak Sleek Shushu
Source: Instagram

Taking to his Instagram page, Mubarak Sleek Shushu wrote:

''Masters in Mathematics, thanks to @ohio.university, all my professors, my students, colleagues, family, friends and the entire community. #ougrad2021.''

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In a photo shared along with the message, he proudly posed in his graduation outfit.

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Meanwhile, on his Twitter page, Mubarak Sleek Shushu describes himself as a mentee of Rasūl’Allāh, a Mathematics enthusiast, social activist, student of knowledge who resided in Nima in Accra before moving to the US to pursue his master's in Mathematics.

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