Smart Ghanaian Lady Graduates with Master's From Cambridge University; Her Photos Stir Reactions

Smart Ghanaian Lady Graduates with Master's From Cambridge University; Her Photos Stir Reactions

  • A hardworking Ghanaian lady has graduated with her master's degree from Cambridge University in England
  • Esinam Akyaa Osei-Bonsu has been celebrated by McKingtorch Africa, an environmental sustainability company in Ghana
  • The company shared impressive Instagram snaps of Esinam glowing for the camera in her graduation robe

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A young lady from Ghana, Esinam Akyaa Osei-Bonsu, has clocked another milestone as she graduates with her master's degree from Cambridge University.

Despite the challenges many are dealing with owing to the prevailing pandemic, Osei-Bonsu successfully balanced her daily activities with her studies to achieve the feat.

She earned her master's in Environmental Policy from the prestigious university.

Esinam Akyaa Osei-Bonsu
Smart Ghanaian Lady Graduates with Master's Degree From Cambridge University; Her Photos Stir Reactions. Photo credit: Mckingtorch Africa
Source: Instagram

Celebrating hard work

In an Instagram post chanced on by, Ghana-based environmental sustainability company, McKingtorch Africa, celebrated Esinam for the achievement.

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''Big congratulations to Mckingtorch Africa team member @ea_oseibonsu Esinam Akyaa Osei-Bonsu for graduating with a Masters Degree in Environmental Policy from Cambridge University in England. So proud of you,'' the company shared on Instagram.

Mckingtorch Africa released photos of Esinam sporting her graduation regalia, as she glowed for the camera. The snaps have garnered reactions.

Ghanaian Researcher William Agyemang Earns PhD earlier reported that although the journey was not easy, William Agyemang has successfully earned his doctoral degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Alabama in the United States of America.

Two years ago, Agyemang left his wife, his four children, and his job as a researcher at the Building and Road Research Institute in Ghana to pursue his dream.

On December 10, he proudly walked across the Coleman Coliseum's stage with his PhD in hand, accomplishing his mission.

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Nathaniel Crabbe (Human-Interest editor) Nathaniel Crabbe is a journalist and editor with a degree in Journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism, where he graduated in 2015. He earned his master's from UPSA in December 2023. Before becoming an editor/writer of political/entertainment and human interest stories at Asaase Radio, Crabbe was a news reporter at TV3 Ghana. With experience spanning over ten years, he now works at as a human interest editor. You can reach him via

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