- Twitter user Nkunku's Houseboy (@iamyourspec) has shared his educational journey in a post that has generated a series of accounts from netizens
- He recalled finishing BECE in 2015 and completing WASSCE in 2018 before heading to the university
- Nkunku generated a thread of people detailing their academic journeys after he asked them to share their educational paths
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Twitter user Nkunku's Houseboy (@iamyourspec) has shared his educational journey in a post that has generated a series of accounts from netizens.
According to Nkunku, he finished the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in 2015 and then bagged his West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) certificate in 2018.
He enrolled in a university, which he completed in 2022, before completing his national service in 2023.
Nkunku engages his followers
Nkunku took to his Twitter account to share his academic path on Wednesday, September 6, 2023.
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''What and how has been your journey," he quizzed his over 25,000 followers.
More than 37,000 people had seen his post at the time of this publication, with many reaching out to share their own journey.
Reactions as Twitter user engages people about their educational journey
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions
BECE-2013 WASSCE-2016 UNI-2022(Same POLI CLAss with you) NSS (2023) Unemployment next...
Nah you gonna get job bro. Keep going.
BECE IN 2014 WASSCE IN 2017 UNIVERSITY IN 2021 NATIONAL SERVICE IN 2022 Unemployed.
The sad part of it all, but don't give up.
BECE IN 2017 WASSCE IN 2020 UNIVERSITY IN Next Year NATIONAL SERVICE: I fly outside and then return to Ghana in 2050.
BECE 2017 WASSCE 2020 UNIVERSITY 22 NATIONAL SERVICE 2025 live goes on.
Life goes on.
BECE 2010 Wassce 2013 U don't finish Kinbu and expect university. The rest is street life.
We keep going, bro.
BECE 2010, Wassce 2013, University 2015, national service 2019.
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Abraham Joseph Kwesi Bentil also won the title of best graduating student at the sixth and seventh sessions of the 55th congregation held for graduands of the college.
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