- A young Ghanaian lady, Janet Asamoah, has been celebrated as she graduates with a Biochemistry degree
- She achieved the academic milestone from the Kwame Nkrumah Univerity of Science and Technology, KNUST
- Her elder sister, Regina Asamoah, has flooded social media with her photos to heap accolades on her for making herself and their family proud
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A young Ghanaian lady, Janet Asamoah, has completed her undergraduate studies as she earns a Biochemistry degree from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST.
Asamoah achieved a first-class from the prestigious Ghanaian university, making herself and her family proud.
Her senior sister, Regina Asamoah, a renowned Ghanaian journalist has celebrated the academic milestone on social media.
Proud big sister moment
''Congratulations. Meet my intelligent, smart, confident, respectful, humble, supportive, beautiful, and adorable junior sister, Janet Asamoah. She has successfully graduated with First Class Honours in BSC Biochemistry from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
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''From St. Augustine R/C School to Holy Child Senior High School to KNUST, you have always been on top of your Academics. You are a perfect example of beauty [and] brains with good character,'' she said.
Regina further mentioned that the Asamoah family is super proud of Janet for her academic achievements.
''I pray God continues to help the Family support you to achieve higher heights. I'm super proud of you, sister. I love you more than you can imagine. Keep shining.''
As expected, the academic milestone has inspired many on social media.
YEN.com.gh selected some of the comments below:
Ronney Bee commented:
''It's evidently clear that intelligence and hard work is your family's signature. Blessings come in different forms. Congrats young champ.''
Eva Kuupuolo said:
''Congratulations to her.''
''Congratulations to her The world is yours to take!''
Adelaide Opoku commented:
''Wow, my supper girl is grown now. My dear congratulations.''
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