Ghanaian Lady Becomes First-Ever Aeronautical Engineer In Her Family, Netizens Hail Her: “You Deserve It”
- A high-achieving Ghanaian lady named Sika Acquah has become her family's first female engineer
- The trailblazer also made history as the first-ever person in her family to graduate with an aeronautical engineering degree
- Acquah announced her academic milestone on Twitter and received several remarks lauding her achievement
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A driven Ghanaian lady named Sika Acquah has made history by becoming the first-ever female engineer in her family after earning an aeronautical engineering degree.
She made her remarkable achievement known via Twitter, which was accompanied by some adorable graduation pictures.
Acquah delivered four images in which she posed in her graduation regalia. She was photographed donning gorgeous African attire and a pair of high heels that perfectly blended with the colour of her outfit.
Sika Acquah celebrates her double historic achievement
Captioning the beautiful pictures on her vibrant Twitter account, the trailblazer wrote:
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''I did a thing last Saturday; I became the first female engineer in my family and the first ever aeronautical engineer! Cheers to the journey ahead. God did,'' she said.
While she did not add the university's name, details on her LinkedIn account indicate that Acquah graduated from LeTourneau University in the US.
After she announced her achievement on Twitter, people celebrated the milestone with compliments.
See the post below:
Netizens laud Sika Acquah
I love it for you! Congratulations.
Congratulations, Maame Sika, it's been a long time coming.
Congratulations. You deserve it.
Congrats, madam. I don't know you, though but I am happy for you; all the best.
Former Presbyterian SHS student graduates as valedictorian at the University of Ghana
Still on education, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a former student of Presbyterian Senior High Technical School in Aburi, Lance Corporal Lancelot Allotey, graduated as the valedictorian of his class at the University of Ghana.
The Ghana Police Service officer earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a major in music in March 2023 with a Final Grade Point Average (FGPA) of 3.82.
In 2018, he enrolled at the top university in the country, where he conquered the challenge of juggling his studies with his schooling.
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