Lady Celebrates Becoming First Ghanaian Psychologist In Spain: "Thank God"

Lady Celebrates Becoming First Ghanaian Psychologist In Spain: "Thank God"

  • A young Ghanaian woman has made her nation proud abroad after becoming a psychologist in Spain
  • This makes @lovly_jenny, as she is known on TikTok, the first Ghanaian to be licensed to practice as a psychologist in Spain
  • Many people on social media congratulated her on her remarkable achievement

A young Ghanaian lady who resides abroad has made history after she was licensed as a psychologist in Spain.

This makes the young lady, identified on TikTok as @lovly_jenny, the first Ghanaian to have the license to practice as a psychologist in Spain, Europe’s Iberian Peninsula.

Young lady becomes first Ghanaian Psychologist in Spain
The young Ghanaian lady, @Lovly_Jenny. Photo credit: @lovly_jenny/Instagram
Source: Instagram

A TikTok video post sighted by captures the moment @lovly_jenny was honoured with her certificate.

The young Ghanaian lady, wearing an all-white attire, walked majestically to the dais, where a wine-coloured stole was placed on her neck to signify her formal acceptance into the psychology profession in Spain.

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@lovly_jenny went through the beautiful induction ceremony beaming with smiles and a sense of pride for her achievement while receiving applause from the audience who were seated in the gallery.

The overly elated newly inducted Ghanaian psychologist later took to her TikTok page to celebrate her accomplishment.

"Yes yes yesss. I am the first Ghanaian psycologist in Spain. Ghana to the world. Thanks God!!!" she wrote in the caption accompanying the video.

Ghanaians celebrate and congratulate her

Ghanaians on social media, upon seeing the video of @lovly_jenny amid her induction ceremony, thronged the comments section to celebrate her with congratulatory messages.

We have compiled some of the reactions to the video, which had raked in over 4.7k likes and 255 comments as of the time of drafting this report.

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@kwakuy said:

"Happy for you... Congrats.. Let's go for high positions in foreign land not the menial jobs."

@albiankrah also said:

"everyone and his or her destiny, if there's nobody to those menial jobs, like cleaning, babysitting, caregiver, etc, or if all of us want to get a higher degree, who will do the menial jobs."

@KARIM reacted:

"congratulations, the whole Ghanaian communities in Spain are proud of you. well done."

@Akua Lewis also reacted:

"congratulations you made us proud. PHD + EU passport .Double prestige."

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Meanwhile, reported that María Arthur, the mother of Iñaki and Nicolas Williams, was all smiles when speaking to the Athletic Bilbao Club Instagram handler.

She cheered on the club and congratulated them for being Spanish champions after winning the Copa del Rey.

Many people praised her and thanked her for letting her sons play for the club and for helping lead them to victory.

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Salifu Bagulube Moro (Human-Interest Editor) Salifu Bagulube Moro is a Human Interest Editor at He has over six years of experience in journalism. He graduated from the Ghana Institute of Journalism in 2018, where he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies with a specialization in Journalism. Salifu previously worked with Opera News as a Content Management Systems (CMS) Editor. He also worked as an Online Reporter for the news portal, as well as with the Graphic Communications Group Limited as a National Service Person. Email: