A brilliant Ghanian Lady named Kezia Asiedua Sanie has celebrated earning a Bachelor’s degree in Law with a second-class degree.
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Kezia Asiedua Sanie celebrated her achievement on LinkedIn expressing how joyous she is to have passed her bar exam. “I graduated from the University of Ghana with a Bachelor of Laws degree (LLB), Second Class Honors (Upper Division),” she said.
“My joy was made complete when the results of the Entrance Exam to the Ghana School of Law came last week Thursday and I passed,” she added.
Kezia Asiedua Sanie hopes to become a professional lawyer and expand her outreach to touch the lives of more children all over Ghana. “I am hopeful for what is ahead as I pursue professional studies to become a lawyer while also looking to expand FTF to touch the lives of more children all over Ghana,” she said.
In another story, another Ghanain named Odansi Papa has set an outstanding record after earning two bachelor’s degrees in Medicine and Law.
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Odansi Papa narrated that he started his exceptional academic journey by enrolling in university for a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, after becoming a Medical Doctor, he returned to the university to earn another degree in Law.
Celebrating his achievement on social media, he expressed satisfaction in his achievement citing that God has shown him favour. “It is well with my soul. The Lord has shown me FAVOUR,” he said on Twitter.
He revealed that earning both Medicine and Law degrees took him 12 years of intense learning. “Doctor + Lawyer = more than 12 years of intense learning,” he said. Click HERE to read more about Odansi Papa