- A lady was overjoyed as she shared photos from her matriculation ceremony, a thing she had wanted for years
- Congratulations poured in from all quarters as people said their own reasons to celebrate would also come soon
- The lady took her time to respond to some of the comments as she appreciated those who wished her well
A lady with the Twitter handle @Shadesof_kara has celebrated her matriculation ceremony.
In a post on Wednesday, May 19, the lady said that she waited for five long years before she could have the opportunity of wearing a matric gown.
Celebrating the personal feat, the lady shared four photos where she struck different poses in the gown.
Many tweeps congratulated her as they wished the student well in her academic career.
See her post below:
Her post has gathered over 12,000 likes with numerous comments as at the time of writing this report. YEN.com.gh compiled some of them below:
"Very big congratulations, don't lose sight of the reason you were persistent in getting into the University. It's only gonna last 4years, 7years at most. Don't sacrifice future gains for present frivolities. Wishing you the best!"
"Na the same body you go use wear convocation gown. You look beautiful BTW."
"Congratulations dear. My testimony is next."
"Congratulations dear. I celebrate you big time. Knowledge and understanding I pray for you as you start till the end. God will see you through."
"Na this kind of good news person suppose they hear. Congratulations sis, greater height, u shall wear your graduation gown too."
"Better to be late than never. Congrats to you baby girl!"
"Congrats baby, I know what waiting for 5 years means ... so happy for you."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young man, Odesanmi Jamal Oyewole, had every reason to celebrate after he got the admission he had been seeking for three years.
The man who only has a National Diploma (ND) qualification said that the news really got him emotional.
Attaching the photo of the notification screen showing his admission status, Odesanmi thanked God for the great feat.