Yes, I did it - Ghanaian student celebrates as he graduates with law degree from Legon

Yes, I did it - Ghanaian student celebrates as he graduates with law degree from Legon

  • A Ghanaian student, Kweku Agyepong, has achieved a law degree
  • He disclosed that he earned his Bachelors degree in law from the University of Ghana School of Law
  • Agyepong has taken to social media to bask in the achievement

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After successfully notching another milestone, Kweku Agyepong proudly established that he has graduated with a Bachelors degree in law from the University of Ghana School of Law.

On his LinkedIn page, the Ghanaian student indicated that he is looking ''forward to a brighter tomorrow'' after earning his law degree (LLB).

''Yes! I did it I graduated from the University of Ghana School of Law, with a Bachelors degree in Law. We look forward to a brighter tomorrow,'' he said.
Yes, I did it - Ghanaian student celebrates as he graduates with law degree from Legon
Yes, I did it - Ghanaian student celebrates as he graduates with law degree from Legon. Image: Kweku Agyepong
Source: Instagram

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He added:

''I am proud to have been a part of the University of Ghana.
Cheers to more successes ahead.''

Kweku Agyepong's post has amassed tons of congratulatory remarks on social media.

Uplifting remarks

official_leo commented:

''Grind us we’re your pepper.''

kvvkx_ said:

''Dripping like a faulty AC.''

Spenceraddo commented:

''Drip lord, drain on us. We’re your doormat.''

Michaelcarbonu said:

''Can your lawyer everrrrr.''

Ghanaians named on 2021 UK Top 10 Black Students' list

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that, Ghanaian students in the UK, James Appiah III and Eunice Amankwah, have been named on the 2021 UK Top 10 Black Students' list issued by Rare Recruitment.

James Appiah III studied Human, Social and Political Sciences (HSPS) at the University of Cambridge, while Eunice Amankwah studied Political Economy at the University of Birmingham.

In a message issued on the website of Rare Recruitment, it established that James Appiah III grew up in Stratford, Newham, with his three siblings and parents, but the family later moved to Romford, Essex. Ironically, James reflects, Stratford had more issues, but it also had a stronger sense of community, which served as the driving force for much of Appiah's later life.

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Ghanaian artist lands deal with Tommy Hilfiger

In a separate story, Ghanaian figurative and portraiture painter, Annan Affotey, has landed a deal with American fashion brand, Tommy Hilfiger, for the company's new TommyXRomeo collection mural project.

The UK-based Ghanaian painter's love for cultural diversity is easily recognised in his portraits, which earned him the attention of the international powerhouse fashion brand.

Shaped by his experiences living in Ghana, Europe, and the United States, Affortey uses his signature style of bold colours, thick paint, and red eyes to portray emotion and identity, said a message issued on the company's website.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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