- Igben54 graduated with a degree in Computer Science
- He earned the degree from the Babcock University Ilishan Remo
- Igben54 took to his Twitter page to post frames in his graduation robe as he celebrated the achievement
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A young man with the Twitter name, Igben54, has celebrated earning a degree in Computer Science from Babcock University.
Igben54 has credited God for his recent academic milestone. Taking to his social media, he proudly wrote:
''Praise be to God. BSc Computer Science bagged. Aboli don graduate. Extraordinary doings!''
As expected, Igben54 accompanied his post with adorable photos flexing in his graduation robe.
His followers on Twitter have headed to the comment section to post positive remarks.
King Muna said:
''My brother! I celebrate with you!''
Faith Hope Love commented:
''May you be a blessing to others. Use God-given grace to help others. Never use it to do bad things. Be the one who can make a change for improvement and not destroy others. May HE continuously guide you every step of the way. Congratulations! Whiteheart.''
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''Brother man congratulations! Big win,'' Daniel Asensio said.
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Ghanaian neurosurgeon gazetted by the WFNS
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Ghanaian resident neurosurgeon, Isabella Opoku, has been gazetted by the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies (WFNS), reports yfmghana.com.
Opoku's accomplishments earned her the attention of the highest neurosurgical organisation in the world even before completing her specialisation programme.
She makes history as the first person and woman to be gazetted by the WFNS ahead of completing the specialisation programme.
Also, Ghanaian entrepreneur, Josephine Maame Fosua Papabi, has opened up about her life as a businesswoman, wife, and mother living in the United States.
The mother of two girls and a boy runs a guest house in Ghana and owns an African shop in Ohio State where she sells African-made clothing, hair, and food items, including salted tilapia dried fish, locally referred to as ''koobi''.
Aside from the guest house, Fosua Papabi and her husband plan to operate their 25-bedroom hotel in Ghana next year.
Freedom Jacob Caesar shares family photos
In a separate story, businessman Freedom Jacob Caesar, popularly known as Nana Cheddar, has posted beautiful family photos flexing his wife and adorable children.
The chief executive officer of Wonda World Estate has dedicated his Instagram page to the family photos.
Cheddar posed beside his wife and three sons rocking an expensive attire while his three sons rocked military camos.
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