- Puumaya Fareedah Attah Nantogmah, a brilliant 25-year-old Ghanaian lady has been called to the bar
- She joins her father, Lawyer Mahamadu Attah Nantogmah, who entered the learned profession the same year he had Puumaya
- The young lady attributes her success and upbringing to her parents, who have held her hand throughout her journey to the UK and Ghana Bar
A brilliant Ghanaian lady Puumaya Fareedah Attah Nantogmah known on Twitter as @Puumaya has been called to the bar 25 years after her father, Mahamadu Attah Nantogmah, became a lawyer.
Speaking to YEN.com.gh, the young lady whose father entered the learned profession the same year she was born indicated that she got her LLB degree at the University of Hull in the United Kingdom.
"I then went ahead to BPP for Law School in the UK, where I completed a one year programme and was then called to the Bar of England and Wales by The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in 2019" Puumaya recalls.
After that, the brilliant lady came down to do her National Service at Volta River Authority in their legal department for a year, before entering Makola to do the Post Call Course. She currently undergoes her pupillage at a reputable law firm in East Legon.
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Puumaya Fareedah Attah Nantogmah, Esq attributes her success and upbringing to her parents, who have held her hand throughout her journey to the UK and Ghana Bar.
"I also have a YouTube channel where I document my life, and I am passionate about Intellectual Property Law, Company Law, and Employment Law," she said.
The beautiful story was also shared on Puumaya's Twitter handle.
See the post below
Ghanaian lawyer and MP's daughter joins him in the learned profession
In a similar story, 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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