A young and brilliant lady from Ghana who goes by the name Somiah Aseda has graduated from the University of Houston, Texas, the United States with flying colours after winning several scholarship awards.
Somiah who graduated among the top students in her class bagged a Bachelor’s degree with an amazing 3.90-grade point average out of a possible 4.
Celebrating her feat, she posted pictures of herself in the graduation gown of the University of Houston, Texas, United States of America. She revealed that as a result of her brilliance, she got admitted into all the 10 American universities she applied to.
“I’m here to publicly thank God for my academic accomplishments. acceptances from all 10 schools that I applied to,” she wrote on Instagram.
She also revealed that during her study at the University of Houston, Texas, she benefited from several scholarship awards that accumulated to $1 million.
“A million dollars in scholarships & grants,” she added.
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Shamia revealed that her journey at the University of Texas, Houston was a very successful one as she graduated with a First class degree and also ranked among the top 10 graduates in her set.
“Graduating top 10% of my class. Magna Cum Laude, 3.9 GPA,” she proudly stated.
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She thereafter announced that she is not stopping at her Bachelor’s Degree as she will be looking forward to commencing her Master’s Degree at the University of Houston, Texas, United States of America (USA).