Ghanaian Brother and Sister Become Lawyers 2 Years Apart, Share Photos Online And Get Celebrated
- Akbar Yussif Rohullah Khomeini, a driven Ghanaian man who was called to the Ghana bar in 2020 has recently celebrated his younger sister's achievement
- He took to his Facebook timeline to share a photo of himself two years ago after his induction ceremony and a current picture he took with his sister at her induction ceremony as a lawyer
- Ghanaians who saw the post congratulated the two on their hard work and wished them the best in their career
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Two siblings have managed to have many admiring their journey after photos from their induction to the ceremony into the Ghana Bar surfaced on social media.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Facebook timeline of Akbar Yussif Rohullah Khomeini had him sharing a photo of himself and his sister after his induction ceremony as a Lawyer in 2020 and the latest picture of them this year, but this time, at his sister's induction ceremony.
Akbar shared the post with the caption;
2020 and 2022
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At the time of this publication, over 2,500 reactions with 286 comments and 18 shares have been gathered.
Ghanaians react to the journey of the two siblings who are lawyers
Abdul-Razak Fatawu said:
Congratulations to both of you . You are indeed a mentor. God bless us all
Jabir Gbambegu wrote:
Follow who know road, they say. Congrats lady Lawyer
Antwi Boasiako commented:
Beautiful!! Congrats to your family.
Mohammed Aminu replied:
Very,very proud of you guys
Abu Phyrdaus commented:
You inspired her
From Hassan Waris:
Congratulations May Allah grant you both wisdom and perfect understanding of the law
Brave Lady Called to the Ghana Bar Shares Amazing Pictures; Netizens Excited For Her
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that an inspiring lady, Pauline Anaman, basked in her achievement after being called to the Ghana Bar on Friday, November 11.
Anaman, who was among over 700 new members of the Bar, indicated that she worked hard to attain the status of a lawyer, saying ''I have worked hard to get here".
Taking to her Facebook account, she shared a list of commitments related to her field as a legal brain.
Having been called to bar in the Republic of Ghana; I commit to being a trusted legal practitioner in the areas of transactions, [investment] advisory, and dispute resolution (litigation and arbitration) within the energy, extractives, and construction industries, she said.
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