- Marie-Rose Tonguino graduated with a degree in Mathematics
- She graduated from the University of Oregon in the United States
- Tonguino announced her recent academic accomplishment on Twitter
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In a recent post on Twitter, a young lady, Marie-Rose Tonguino, revelled in her achievement after earning a degree in Mathematics from the University of Oregon.
The Maths genius shared a series of posts on her Twitter page to announce the feat.
''Math majors graduate do they earn degrees or do those come in radians? Asking for myself,'' her post read.
Elsewhere on Twitter, she indicated that she would miss the university's library as she visited the place for the last time during her graduation.
''I’m going to miss you so much @uolibraries, especially the Knight library. Thank you for everything,'' she said.
Marie-Rose Tonguino posted frames in her graduation regalia, beaming with smiles.
Her post has garnered the positive comments of her followers.
Commenting on the post, John German said:
''Great job and a grand congratulations for the great education and existence you gift forth. Gratitude and cheers for you. God Bless.''
Danny Sanny said:
''Wow, that great. You deserve to celebrate. Congrats for all the hard work.''
Mar Fluw commented.
''Impressive achievement. Way to go, keep shinning.
''Winning all the way. My girl with the brains,'' Dave Lorner said.
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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported rapper Tulenkey, born Chief Osei Bonsu, has graduated from a university.
Tulenky, who made a debut on rapper Sarkodie's Biibi Ba, announced his graduation on his social media platforms.
The young lyricist did not give details of the school and the programme he pursued on campus but revealed his absence from the music scene was due to his studies.
In a separate story, a senior consultant at the PAKS-Relationship and Counselling Clinic, Counsellor Paa Kwesi Ortsin, has advised the immediate family of Ibrahim 'Kaaka' Mohammed to seek therapy over their loss.
His comments follow the recent murder of the social media activist and the subsequent shooting of protesting youth demanding justice for him in Ejura Sekyedumase District, leading to the death of two young men and injuring at least four others.
Counsellor Ortsin, who is also a Psycho and Relationship expert, indicated that families that experience such terrifying loss go through post-traumatic stress and get emotional scars as a result.
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