- Ghana's second lady Samira Bawumia has graduated from the University of London with a law degree
- The wife of Ghana's Vice-President shared the exciting piece of news on her social media handles to the admiration of many
- Ghanaians have been celebrating Samira on her achievement, which was combined with myriads of other duties
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Her Excellency Samira Bawumia, Ghana's second lady, who is the wife of Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has bagged a law degree.
Revealing this on her Instagram handle, the brilliant woman, whose husband has a doctorate degree, revealed that she has successfully obtained her Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of London in the United Kingdom.
According to her, she decided to undertake the programme with the support of her family and friends. She combined her studies with the responsibilities she undertakes by enrolling in the distance learning programme.
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"It has been an incredible journey of learning while juggling work, family, and official duties. Let's be inspired to pursue our dreams irrespective of the challenges we're faced with," she said.
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Ghanaians applaud Samira Bawumia on getting her law degree from the University of London
The news of Samira's graduation is spreading excitement on social media. YEN.com.gh compiled some of the thoughts that were shared. Check them out below.
Isa Jay said:
Always beautiful MashAllah. Congratulations Deboh pullo dimo Samira Bawumia
Anne-Marie French Cudjoe commented:
That’s phenomenal!! Kudos and warm congratulations. You’re are an inspiration and we are so proud of you and your accomplishments. ❤️
See Samira's post below:
John Fordjour: Loving GH MP celebrates wife's graduation from the University of Dundee
In an equally fantastic story, John Ntim Fordjour, a lawmaker from Ghana, sent a heartfelt message and images to commemorate his wife's graduation from the University of Dundee in the United Kingdom.
The Central Region's Assin South Constituency Member of Parliament announced on his social media accounts that his wife had earned a master's degree in international energy finance.
Making herself and her husband proud, the MP's wife received her degree alongside the school's most recent graduates.
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