Mubarak Sleek Shushu: Ghanaian genius graduates with master's in Maths from Ohio University

Mubarak Sleek Shushu: Ghanaian genius graduates with master's in Maths from Ohio University

- A Ghanaian maths genius, Mubarak Sleek Shushu, has celebrated as he graduates 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 his social media platforms 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.''

In a photo shared along with the message, he proudly posed for the camera 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.

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported as Bishop Dag Heward-Mills trends online following a damning report by The Fourth Estate, a 'spiritual son' of the renowned evangelist, Peter Melomey, has sung his praises.

In a Facebook post, Peter Melomey recounted how Bishop Dag Heward-Mills became all he needed in a father after his biological dad died whilst he was in his second year in the university.

''My head is very defenceless without a father’s covering. My biological father passed away on February 15, 2005. I was a second-year student in the university without a father’s covering."

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