- Bridget Ampong, a student at the University of Ghana, disclosed that she will soon graduate
- The final year student credited her mother for being her backbone since her father lost his sight
- Ampong uploaded a heartwarming video of her mother working in a market as she offered assistance to her
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A student at the University of Ghana, Bridget Ampong, has showered accolades on her mother, expressing appreciation for her mother's effort in offering her the best in life.
According to the final year student studying Speech Communication and Rhetoric at the University of Ghana, her mother has been the financial pillar behind her education since her father lost his sight.
Taking to her Twitter page to celebrate her mother, Bridget Ampong established that she will soon graduate from the prestigious Ghanaian university, thanks to her mother.
Celebrating her mother
''Mama, she's been more like a single mom ever since dad lost his sight when I was in class one. #bestmomsareinmakola I'll be a UG, Legon graduate soon. . . Oswald Princess KiDi,'' said Ampong.
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''MAMA, white uniform aside, she made it possible for me.''
Bridget Ampong shared the message with a heartwarming video of her mother performing her usual routine at a market, whilst offering her assistance.
The video has garnered some comments since she posted it on social media.
Ghanaian student called to the Bar
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that, a student of Ghanaian descent in the UK, Beronique Addington, has been called to the Bar of England and Wales, making her Ghanaian father, Nii Addington proud.
Addington was awarded a Middle Temple’s Winston Churchill Scholarship, worth £10,750 (GHc89,122.02), whilst pursuing her Bachelor of Laws at the University of Kent, after being interviewed virtually by a panel comprising three barristers. Middle Temple is one of four Inns of Court exclusively entitled to call their members to the Bar of England and Wales.
After graduating with a first degree in law from the University of Kent, she began her Barrister Training Course at BPP in September 2020, said Kent Law School News.
Tulsa Race Massacre surviving siblings visit Ghana
In a separate story, surviving siblings of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, Viola Ford Fletcher, 107 years old, and her brother Hughes Van Ellis, aged 100, have been welcomed into Ghana.
The two are the last known living survivors of the 1921 racist massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma, said Asaase Radio.
According to the Ghanaian news outlet, it is the first time the siblings are stepping on African soil, and it is for a tour of Ghana. The visit is part of a ''homecoming'' campaign organised by the social media platform Our Black Truth.
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