- Karen Owusu-Boakye, a former student of New Juaben Senior High School, has gained admittance into the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana
- She has taken to LinkedIn to announce and celebrate the feat while motivating netizens
- Owusu-Boakye shared that she wants people to know that their dreams are valid
Karen Owusu-Boakye, a former student of New Juaben Senior High School, has achieved her dreams as a qualified chartered accountant (CA).
The journey towards realising her CA goal started while in senior high school, but it was not until somewhere in May 2017 that she officially took steps to pursue the programme.
Owusu-Boakye admits the process has not been a walk in the pack. There were bittersweet moments, she said. ''With determination and resilience, I persevered.''
Announcing the achievement
In a LinkedIn post, she announced that she has become a CA while indicating that she is proud of the feat.
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''Today, I am a proud associate member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana. I am no motivational speaker but I just want to let you know that it is possible,'' she said.
Thanking God and her earthly dad
Owusu-Boakye attributed the feat to God while crediting her father as well.
''I say thank you to Jehovah God, my Dad who encouraged me in every step of the way.
''My late mom would have been more than happy to see this day but God knows best. Ayekoo to all newly qualified Chartered Accountants. Let’s make an impact in society.''
Ghanaian Becomes Chartered Accountant
In a similar story, Courage Kwasi Anani has triumphed through cycles of challenges to become a chartered accountant at the 37th graduation ceremony of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG).
Recalling his journey in a LinkedIn post, he revealed that his ''dream was nearly extinguished''.
''I took a look break,'' he said. And, this was due to extreme financial constraints,'' he said.
First-Class UEW Alumna is Overall Best Candidate at 37th ICAG
Meanwhile, a University of Education, Winneba (UEW) graduate, Celestine Esi Adzayi, emerged the Overall Best Candidate during the 37th graduation ceremony of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG).
The 25-year-old was also crowned the Best First Attempt and Best Female Candidate of the Level 3 CA professional examination, Joy News reported.
Adzayi earned a first-class in Business Administration (Accounting) from UEW in 2020 before joining the ICAG on scholarship.
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