- A young man identified as Phancho has inspired as he graduates from the university despite his delayed education
- According to him, what was supposed to be a four-year degree to complete, took 10 years to complete
- @HensrickM said: ''Wish you all of the best in your journey. May you be successful in your career path and be blessed too''
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He achieved his goal! A social media user identified as Phancho dazzled in his robe on his graduation day as he finally achieves his goal.
For several years, Phancho worked hard to earn a degree, and he has made himself proud as he finally graduates from the university.
However, he did not bag the degree on a platter as it took him longer than expected. But he persevered.
Delayed journey to obtaining degree
According to him, what was supposed to be a four-year degree to complete, took 10 years to complete.
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''But today we are making it official all I can say is that I made it. There are so many people I’d like to thank but I thank them individually,'' he said.
Phancho has inspired many who took to the comment section of his post to congratulate him.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the comments below:
''Wish you all of the best in your journey. May u be successful in your career path and be blessed too.''
''Congratulations! Delayed, not denied.''
Bold and Smart: Student Becomes Her School's First-Ever Black Valedictorian
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Trinity Asberry is a final-year student at Rusk High School, where she's made history as the first Black valedictorian of the school after overcoming tribulations.
Despite the difficulties she encountered during her studies, she believed that she always had a choice to stand out.
For the past four years, Asberry has worked hard to accomplish her goal of being first in her class. She recently found out that she has become her school's first Black valedictorian, CBS 19 reports.
Teen Becomes Youngest Black Student Ever to Graduate Law School in US
YEN.com.gh previously reported that at age 19, Haley Taylor Schlitz has become the youngest African-American ever to graduate from law school in the United States of America.
The native of Dallas, Texas, earned the limelight after being accepted into nine law schools when she was just 16 years old.
The teenager, who has been studying law for the past three years, will graduate from the Southern Methodist University's Dedman School of Law on May 13, said Black Woman.
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