Ghanaian Man Shares Beautiful Photos as He Earns His Master's from UG; Many React

Ghanaian Man Shares Beautiful Photos as He Earns His Master's from UG; Many React

  • A young man with the LinkedIn name Faisal Ibrahim Cisse-AMABE has earned his Master of Science in International Business
  • He bagged the degree from the University of Ghana and uploaded pictures from his graduation on LinkedIn
  • Many have celebrated his achievement and urged him to pursue his quest to use his education to reduce poverty in Africa

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Education is one of the proven means to making a positive impact on society. Faisal Ibrahim Cisse-AMABE is on track after bagging his master's.

Ibrahim Cisse-AMABE, manager at the office of the chief executive at the National Petroleum Authority, graduated with a Master of Science in International Business from the University of Ghana.

In a LinkedIn account, Ibrahim Cisse-AMABE disclosed that he's burdened with a quest to reduce poverty in Africa through Intra African trade.

Ibrahim Cisse-AMABE graduates with his master's
Ghanaian Man Shares Beautiful Photos as He Earns His Master's from UG; Many React. Photo credit: LinkedIn/Ibrahim Cisse-AMABE
Source: UGC

A desire to reduce poverty in Africa

''For me, the potentials of our continent are still untapped. Traveling across the continent, I have seen products and services that can be traded amongst our nations but we have been overwhelmed by the age-old challenges.

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''It is for this reason that I am optimistic about the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement. It is a bold attempt at changing the narratives about trading amongst ourselves.

Why to earned his master's

According to Ibrahim Cisse-AMABE, he took the postgraduate course to appreciate the intricacies of doing business or trade globally.

Ibrahim Cisse-AMABE, who has a legal background, established that it was not enough. ''I am happy about this achievement.''

After earning his Master of Science in International Business, he posed for pictures in his graduation regalia. He uploaded the photos along with his post on LinkedIn.

Many people who have seen his account celebrated his achievement with congratulatory messages. Some urged him to pursue his quest to help reduce poverty in Africa. selected a few below:

Frank Bediako said:

''Congratulations, my brother.''

Emmanuel Edem Smith commented:

''Amazing. Congrats, my Chairman.

Stephen Apolima said:

''Congrats Faisal! You have a great ambition there, but the challenges you talk of as "age-old challenges" is deepening. Protectionism and the elitist dilemma made worse by multinational corporations are huge blockages for Africans to realise the true potential of intracontinental trade.
''Nigeria will seek to protect its indigenous industry by restricting the import of certain commodities. Sadly, because of the elitist problem in Ghana, we have allowed the influx of products and services into Ghana that can be provided locally. Almost every consumer product is imported into Ghana to the detriment of the local companies producing the same products.''

Guy Simpson added:

''Many congratulations, guy.''

Young Black Lady Called to the Bar

Meanwhile, swotting nights and days for weeks to pass the bar is no small feat, and Kysa Huddleston has patted herself on the back after achieving the milestone.

The young Black lady has joined the elite ranks of individuals admitted to the Minnesota State Bar in the United States of America.

In a LinkedIn account, seen by, Huddleston disclosed that she moved a notch higher in her young career while expressing immense gratitude.

Black Lady Becomes a Lawyer

Also, reported that after three years of law school, Bernice Hodge, Esq, has made herself proud by clocking a laudable milestone as she becomes a lawyer.

In a LinkedIn post, the young lady celebrates the achievement and significant stage in her life as she recalled the journey.

Besides committing years to her studies in law school, Hodge recounted that she put in 495 hours of swotting for the bar. And, it has paid off.


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