- Social media user Kofi Desmond (@bonaparte_md) has celebrated making it to the United Kingdom
- He released two pictures dashing in two different attires for the camera at an undisclosed specific location
- After surfacing on his X account, netizens have lavished him with compliments under his inspiring post
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X user with the account name @bonaparte_md has celebrated arriving in the United Kingdom as he fulfilled a lifelong dream of travelling to the European country.
He disclosed that the journey from Ghana to the UK took a lot from him. @bonaparte_md posted adorable photos, giving his X followers a glimpse of his early days in the country.
@bonaparte_md was photographed in two different ensembles in the pictures on his socials.
''IELTS PLAB 1 PLAB 2. United Kingdom Certified. This journey took a lot from me; God replenished,'' he captioned the frames.
The stunning pictures had been seen more than 131,000 times during this publication.
See the post below:
Reactions to the photos of @bonaparte_md
Aaaaahhhh, that’s my doc!
Dr. Ibrahim! You have been a contributor to my journey! I listen to your criticism on the FY2 journey every morning. Keep on doing what you do; you are touching the lives of many. God bless you.
Oouu, congrats, Bona!
Hardman Square, where legends are made. Congratulations doc.
Congratulations, big man.
Oh, Salma!. Thanks a lot.
Bro! Congratulations! But Rydee, who you let my kiddies give?
My brooo! They would survive.
Thanks, my, bro.
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Not long ago, YEN.com.gh reported that Ghanaian journalist Marian Ansah basked in the joy of another milestone after earning a scholarship for her master's degree in the United Kingdom.
She took to her X account, former Twitter, to share the excitement of her achievement with her followers.
Ansah posed in a photo, rocking long jeans over a red top. Her look included long black extensions.
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