Smart Ghanaian Lady with Curvy Look Celebrates Becoming a Doctor, Says “Address Me Correctly”; Netizens React

Smart Ghanaian Lady with Curvy Look Celebrates Becoming a Doctor, Says “Address Me Correctly”; Netizens React

  • A brilliant Ghanaian lady named Dr Flora Adzo Etornam Sefordzi has celebrated becoming a doctor
  • She updated her Twitter feed with the achievement accompanied by photos sporting her professional attire
  • Dr Sefordzi's post has garnered 147 comments, more than 500 quote tweets, and 3,883 likes, with peeps basking in the glory of her milestone

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A gorgeous Ghanaian lady, Dr Flora Adzo Etornam Sefordzi, has members of the Twitter community basking in her recent accomplishment after becoming a doctor.

Ghanaian lady celebrates becoming a doctor.
Photos of Dr Flora Adzo Etornam Sefordzi. Credit: @flo_x0x0.
Source: Twitter

Dr Sefordzi proudly claims her title

@Flo_x0x0 made her achievement public via Twitter, informing people to mention her title when they address her.

''Address me correctly please; it’s Dr. Flora Adzo Etornam Sefordzi,'' she posted with stunning pictures.

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Dr Sefordzi donned her professional regalia in the beautiful pictures that gained her warm-hearted reactions. Many of her fans, especially her male followers on the social media platform gushed over her, with some proposing marriage.

YEN.com.gh highlights some of the comments below:

Netizens celebrate and gush over Dr Flora Adzo Etornam Sefordzi

@tin_kudi posted:

My mom said that I will marry an Ewe. I thought she was telling lies. Now I know I have found my soul mate. Call me Engineer Kudi.

@kofidavids said:

Congratulations, Doc.

@Aryeh25jay commented:

Not to take it wrongly; the pics and everything be nice but make you pipo take the same energy go d consulting rooms and wards. These new “young” doctors chale be like dem force some into the profession. Before anyone comes at me, I work in a hospital. I know wat adey talk. Chao.

@kobina_awortwe said:

Ewe girls, hmmm. They will be my end.

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@Kris_ohs reacted:

Me too. Me too comrade. Make dem finish me.

@TaviraHugoGonz1 posted:

Eiii the doctors them dey come dier eiii. Dema beauty just go heal the patients ooo. My Gad!

@i_amrogers said:

What does it take to get a ring on your finger, please?

@flo_x0x0 commented:

Congratulations to you too, sweetie.

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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 YEN.com.gh as a human interest editor. You can reach him via nathaniel.crabbe@yen.com.gh.