Regina Amegah: Ghanaian law Graduates hail lady for leading Through hard Times as she gets Called to the Bar

Regina Amegah: Ghanaian law Graduates hail lady for leading Through hard Times as she gets Called to the Bar

  • In 2019, the National Association of Law Students organized a protest after only 128 out of 1,820 people passed the entrance exams into the Ghana School of Law
  • This protest was led by a lady called Regina Amegah although she was successfully admitted
  • Regina has just been called to the bar and her colleagues have used the occasion to celebrate her for all the efforts

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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.

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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.

Photo of Regina Amegah after getting called to the bar
Photo of Regina Amegah after getting called to the bar Photo credit: @jojo_brooks
Source: Instagram
"This is truly a momentous occasion," he said over Regina's new feat.

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Another grateful young man called @ernestoyeboah1 added his voice saying:

I am so proud of Commander Regina Amegah @AmegahRegina. What a hard fought and well-deserved victory. It is my honour to be surrounded by some of the best brains in the world! Congratulations Counsel

Bonnet Haven's Mummy, a learned colleague with the handle @bonnethaven commented:

From organizing our 7th October protest, to lobbying, to making our case with anyone who could help! Congratulations @AmegahRegina

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@PrinceGanaku:

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@EFLFighters:

@bonnethaven:

@ernestoyeboah1:

@tawfi

On October 7, 2019, Regina Amegah organized a massive demonstration that took over the airwaves over the low rate at which students are admitted into the Ghana School of Law.

Out of the 1,820 students who sat for the entrance exam, only 128 students passed – meaning only 128 got 50 percent or better

Although Regina herself was one of the 128, she convened the students under the auspices of the National Association of Law Students and put up the protest.

Law student in Ghana makes history

In a separate report by YEN.com.gh, Juventus Duorinaah, a gentleman in Ghana made history by becoming the very first person with a hearing impairment to graduate from law school in the country.

Announcing the brilliant feat on social media, the University of Ghana Law Students' Union stated on their official Twitter handle that the young man painstakingly completed his law program with his main means of communication being the Ghanaian Sign Language.

Source: Yen

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