- A young Ghanaian man, Collins Bosomprah, has become a certified Chartered Banker, and he has celebrated the feat
- He resorted to his LinkedIn account to announce the milestone while noting that the journey was not easy
- His story has inspired many internet surfers on social media
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After a turbulent journey towards achieving his goal, a young Ghanaian man, Collins Bosomprah, has resorted to social media to celebrate becoming a Chartered Banker.
In his account on LinkedIn, Bosomprah disclosed that he had to put in a lot of work to achieve his goal.
''My name is Collins Bosomprah, and officially, I’m a Chartered Banker,'' he said.
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''The journey hasn’t been easy, but I give thanks to God for how far He’s brought me and where He’s taking me. With God’s help, I will serve with Honesty and Integrity. Yesterday’s price is not today’s price, and Today’s price will certainly not be tomorrow’s,'' he wrote.
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Following his account on LinkedIn, many who have seen the post headed to the comment section to share sweet compliments.
Kwabena Osei-Aboagye commented:
''Collins Bosomprah, ACIB My brother! Congratulations .''
Alfred Boateng said:
''Good evening, bossman. Looking at your story, it matches with my goals, and I would like you to guide me in my studies and career.
''I am a student at the University of Education, Winneba studying BA Accounting..''
Collins Bosomprah replied:
''Brother, I’m available. Please send me a dm. Let’s talk more.''
Ken-Richie Glikpo noted:
''Super proud of you bro. You're a hard and smart worker and always focused on the stuff you want to do. Kudos .''
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Meanwhile, Ray Curtis Petty Jr, ESQ is the definition of a fighter who has overcome cycles of obstacles life threw at him to achieve his goal as a legal brain, becoming the first lawyer in his family.
Undaunted by the mountain of difficulties and childhood inadequacies, he triumphed and made history as his family's first-generation attorney.
Recounting his story on his Instagram account, he recalls being told by his teachers that he should be in special education classes. His coaches also doubted his ability to remember a playbook as a child, he said.
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