- Honourable Samuel Erickson Abakah, the MP for Shama Constituency's daughter has been called to the bar
- This is happening exactly 21 years after the honourable MP himself got called to the bar
- He shared the inspiring piece of news of his first daughter on his personal Twitter handle
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Member of Parliament for Shama Constituency, Honourable Samuel Erickson Abakah, became a barrister in the year 2000 after successfully passing out.
21 years after that brilliant achievement, the MP's daughter, Salome Erica Abakah, has also been called to the bar, joining her father as a learned colleague.
Celebrating the brilliant and beautiful young lawyer on his Twitter handle, the MP posted:
Congratulations to my beloved first daughter for being called to the Bar. Lawyer Salome Erica Abakah welcome to the Learned Profession.
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Lawyer Salome Erica Abakah, whose handle is @salome_nartey, quickly responded under her father's post, indicating that he offered the needed roadmap for her to follow.
"Awww... I owe it all to you daddy. You're the perfect example for me to follow...strength, resilience, and hardwork! I love you loads! Proud to call you dad!!" she said.
See the MP's post below
His closes contender was Gabriel Kodwo Essilfie who got 19,674 representing 44.00%.
Lady who organized huge 2019 protest also called to the bar
In another story, Regina Amegah Esq, a relentless Ghanaian activist has been called to the bar in Ghana and her colleagues have taken to social media to celebrate her for all the strong leadership she displayed during their hard times in school.
@PrinceGanaku on Twitter went as far as mentioning that if every law student knew the details of what Regina went through for them, they would all have her picture up on all their social media handles.
According to another gentleman identified as by the handle, @EFLFighters, Regina fought for a reformed Law Education system in Ghana and organized the Law Students demo over entry issues even though she herself had been granted admission.