I remember sitting in my room ready to give up - Man inspires as he graduates with a law degree

I remember sitting in my room ready to give up - Man inspires as he graduates with a law degree

- Harry Thotter has graduated with a law degree

- He has taken to social media to celebrate his achievement in a post

- In the post sighted on his Twitter page, Thotter disclosed that at a point, he felt like giving up on life

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Although Harry Thotter initially wanted to give up on life due to the feeling that he was stuck, he persevered and has finally earned a law degree.

Taking to his Twitter page to announce the achievement, Harry Thotter with the Twitter name, @MikeSupremacy, disclosed he remembers sitting down in his room ready to give up.

However, he overcame the challenges and made it through law school.

I remember sitting in my room ready to give up - Man inspires as he graduates with law degree
I remember sitting in my room ready to give up - Man inspires as he graduates with a law degree. Image: Harry Thotter
Source: Twitter

''In 2017, I remember sitting in my room ready to give up on life. Now, look. A law school graduate. Who woulda thought, right? Jordan Drake Dees, J.D,'' he posted.

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Harry Thotter's post has garnered reactions and comments from his followers.

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a mother of two who is hearing-impaired, Michele Randolph, has graduated with dual degrees from the University of North Carolina in Charlotte after overcoming challenges.

Born legally deaf, she was 12 years old in middle school when she heard a pop sound and suddenly lost her ability to hear.

At the time, she had no prior knowledge of American Sign Language, so she had to communicate by reading the lips of others.

In a separate story, a multi-talented Ghanaian artisan, Bernard Nii Nartey, has been creating beautiful furniture and sound systems from rejected car tyres and other waste materials.

Nartey who is 35 years old has become a forerunner in his field because of his unique and viable creations made from discarded tyres.

His furniture label, Nat Recycle Centre, converts rejected tyres into beautiful and sustainable furniture for home and office use.

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