- A strong young woman has opened up about how the loss of her parents impacted her life in school
- Taking to Twitter, she shared that she lost her father in her first year at the university right after losing her mother
- She mentioned that she emerged as the best graduating Civil Engineering student regardless of the pain she encountered
A young lady has warmed many hearts as she took to social media to recount the journey that led to graduating as the best Civil Engineering Student.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, @kinfee__ shared that, she lost her father in her first year at the university right after losing her mother.
She revealed that the close relationship she had with her father made losing him very difficult.
"It was tough for me because of how close we were. I also didn't know how my life would be after that", she shared.
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The brilliant young lady intimated that she got depressed and used to silently cry at night but God kept her.
Eventually things became easier, @kinfee__ revealed.
The young lady shared that her academic excellence is more than an achievement for her.
She said it is a reminder of God's faithfulness and intentionality towards her.
"Despite all I went through, God strengthened me and made me mentally stable. I worked really hard and I'm proud if myself!"
The stunning woman took to her Twitter page to share the news with her followers and many have expressed deep shock.
Moreover, some have also sent their condolences to the woman and YEN.com.gh took a look at the comments.
@AMubeen_Path said life would never be the same for her while lamenting the ravaging pandemic, especially in India.
“My fingers tremble as I type this, as of today Covid-19 has become a personal tragedy. I have lost both my parents in a matter of 15 days in India. My precious, beautiful mummy and papa who made me who I am have left me forever. Life will never be the same.”
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