Joseph Appiyah, previously a Prempeh College pupil, has recently earned his medical degree from the respected Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
Appiyah expressed his exhilaration on LinkedIn, informing online community about his remarkable accomplishment.
Prempeh College’s erstwhile student, Joseph Appiyah, is now a doctor. Image Source: Joseph Appiyah (LinkedIn).
Appiyah Applauds his Comrades
Appiyah acknowledged this accomplishment as a result of persistent hard work, self-sacrifice, and constant commitment to the field of medicine.
”I extend my hearty congratulations to all my fellow graduates: we have managed to accomplish this significant milestone together! We have surmounted various obstacles and are prepared to become the future healthcare experts. I am confident that our collective efforts will facilitate the evolution of medical science,” he stated on LinkedIn.
Appiyah conveyed his gratitude to his family, friends, and the exemplary faculty of KNUST School of Medical Sciences.
“With profound appreciation for everyone who has contributed to my success, I am enthusiastic about grabbing the opportunities. Join me on this rewarding journey as a practitioner,” he further added.
In an interview, Dr. Amanski, a Ghana-based medical expert working in Germany, advised Appiyah to seek guidance from more veteran individuals in his field for the betterment of his career.
”Both Appiyah and other new doctors deserve applause for their accomplishments. Even though practicing medicine in Ghana can be tough and taxing, they must give their all.
” I suggest him to focus on maintaining his mental health and I advise group therapy for managing and reducing stress. For professional growth, it is beneficial to learn from the experiences of those senior to him,” Dr. Amanski suggested to YEN.com.gh.
You can read his complete post here.
Ghanaians Appreciate Joseph Appiyah
Internet users conveyed their congratulatory messages for his outstanding achievement.
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