What God Can’t Do Doesn’t Exist - Ghanaian Man Says as He Shares Throwback Photo with SHS Friend

What God Can’t Do Doesn’t Exist - Ghanaian Man Says as He Shares Throwback Photo with SHS Friend

  • A young Ghanaian man, Enock Osei, has revisited his humble beginning to inspire internet users
  • He uploaded a photo collage posing with his friend from senior high school in 2014 and the same colleague serving as his best man in 2021
  • Osei attributed his impressive transformation to God, saying ''what God can’t do doesn’t exist
  • His awe-inspiring account has gathered uplifting responses from his friends online

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A young Ghanaian man, Enock Osei, has motivated many internet surfers after elevating from humble beginnings to achieve some of his goals in life.

Osei uploaded a photo collage on social media where he is seen posing with a male friend from senior high school in 2014 and sporting a tux with the same colleague who served as his best man for his wedding in 2021.

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Taking to his Facebook account as he attributed his impressive transformation to God, he wrote:

Ghanaian man in US poses with long-time friend in 2014 and 2021
What God Can’t Do Doesn’t Exist - Ghanaian Man Says as He Shares Throwback Photo with SHS Friend Photo credit: Enock Osei
Source: Facebook

What God can’t do doesn’t exist

''What God can’t do doesn’t exist. If you’re praying for something DON’T GIVE UP! This is my good friend Daniel and I. We had just left high school in Kumasi around 2014 and at our usual meeting point (school park) to pray for a Great future and a life directed by God.

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''2021, he’s my best man at my wedding in Indiana [in the US]. Thank you, Jesus. The journey continues #Pray,'' he said.

Through his account, many internet surfers have been inspired, and some have shared congratulatory remarks.

Social media comments

Michelle Riggs said:

''Nothing is impossible for our God.''

Enock Osei replied:

''Michelle Riggs never.''

Emmanuel Snips indicated:

''And time is patient .''

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Success Amponsah Daniel commented:

''God is the reason ❤.''

Enock Osei replied:

''Success Amponsah Daniel Afa longest time!''

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Meanwhile, the inspiring account of a young man who moved from grass to grace has been highlighted in a Facebook post by GhMaps.News.

In the post seen by YEN.com.gh, the young man whose name did not accompany the account recalled how it all started.

He revealed that after his National Service in 2014, he decided to take matters into his hands, indicating that he had made several attempts to secure a job, but his efforts failed to yield results.

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Also, Ivy Barley, a young Ghanaian digital entrepreneur and 'steminist', has motivated netizens with her grass to grace story after making it through hard work.

She joined tech giant Microsoft in 2020 as the programmes manager, combining that with her role as the co-founder and CEO of Developers in Vogue, an organisation helping and motivating women to pursue careers in the tech industry.

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The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) alumna recounted how she struggled throughout her studies at her alma mater.

Source: Yen

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