Many React As Ghanaian Lady Who Reads News Like Nana Aba Becomes Best Graduating Student In Journalism
- The gorgeoous young lady who went viral for mimicking how Nana Aba read news got many talking online after recently announcing her latest academic feat
- @yaabitha revealed that she sucessfully emerged as the best graduating student in Journalism at her university
- Atta Mensah, a YEN reader commented: "Congrats Tabitha. Beacons always keeps shining"
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Earlier YEN.com.gh reported that the young lady who went viral for reading news like Nana Aba recently took to social media to announce her latest achievement in life.
According to the report, @yaabitha shared on Twitter that she successfully completed university and she emerged as the best graduating student in Journalism from her university.
She also shared lovely photos of herself after the graduation ceremony with the caption;
"Your girl graduated with First Class honours and got awarded as the “Best Graduating Student in Journalism”
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Many YEN readers saw the post did not hesitate to share their opinions under the comments section. At the time of this publication the post has racked up close to 15,000 reactions with 65 comments and 17 shares.
Some of the comments have been highlighted below by YEN.com.gh;
Atta Mensah wrote:
Congrats Tabitha ... Beacons always keeps shining
Aggoh Mawunyegah said:
Congratution well done my dear sis
Anku Edem commented:
I pray she's not initiated into the slaying queens. Congrats to her anyway.
From Quophi Friday:
Stop comparing her to nana aba,the lady got her own talent.
Grace Owusu replied:
She resemble her too
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a brilliant young Ghanaian opened up about the challenges he encountered on his path to becoming the best graduating student in the Department of Accounting, the best graduating student in the Faculty of Accounting and Finance, and the Overall best graduating student of the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) during the 13th Congregation.
Ernest Mawuli recounted in a post on his LinkedIn timeline that it took the intervention of his pastor and other supporters to emerge as the best in his academic journey.
The grateful young man shared that he lost his father while in secondary school and life went downhill from there.