Samuel Adjei: Ghanaian celebrates as he earns master's degree and PhD from top US university

Samuel Adjei: Ghanaian celebrates as he earns master's degree and PhD from top US university

- A Ghanaian student in South Dakota, Samuel Adjei, has graduated with a PhD in Biochemistry from the South Dakota State University

- Doctor Adjei previously earned his master's degree in Data Science from the same reputable university

- He has taken to social media to celebrate the milestones

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A Ghanaian student, Samuel Adjei, has celebrated earning a master's degree in Data Science and a PhD in Biochemistry from South Dakota State University.

Taking to his LinkedIn page to announce the achievements, Dr Adjei admitted that it was difficult but he braved the storms throughout his journey to attaining the degrees.

''I am glad to announce that a few weeks ago, I graduated from South Dakota State University with a PhD degree in Biochemistry and MS in Data Science,'' he said.

Samuel Adjei: Ghanaian celebrates as he earns master's degree and PhD from top US university
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He added: It was a hard to breathe, overwhelming, and stormy journey but I made it! Thank you, Christ Jesus. A big heartfelt thank you to anyone who supported my dreams in one way or the other.''

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported Sussana Akua Boahemaa, a visually impaired widow, has been struggling to fend for herself after she lost her sight some years ago.

Boahemaa, 80, lives alone in a dilapidated mudhouse in a community in the Bosomtwe District in the Ashanti Region.

The feeble aged woman lost her husband three decades ago, leaving her with seven children to cater for.

In other news, mental health advocate, Nana Abena Korkor Addo, has received medication following her recent relapse, which saw her name the men she has laid in a clip.

In a post sighted on her Instagram page, the mental health activist said: ''Whatever it is, we overcome! I pray for alternative therapies instead of all increasing doses. You get like only two hours of strength in a day.''

''Until then, we stay strong!'' she added.

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