King George, a young Ghanaian man with visual impairment, has motivated many people after a story about his academic success went viral.
This comes after he successfully graduated from the University of Ghana as part of the class of 2023, where he obtained a law degree.
Diploma in Law for the Visually Impaired Photo credit: @VoiceofLegon/X
To celebrate the achievement, Voice of Legon took to X, where it posted a photo of the intelligent young man in his suit with a sash around his neck.
The post praised King George for his determination to pursue his ambition.
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“Meet King George, a visually impaired law student at the University of Ghana. King George embodies the power of perseverance and resilience. Congratulations,” the message said.
At the time the report was written, the post had been viewed more than 7,000 times.
King George is praised for his achievement
A social media crowd in the comments section of the post congratulated King George on his academic success.
Well done George, perhaps more success will come your way
Man and woman celebrate while graduating
The Ghanaian couple who bagged a master's degree received their certificate together with other graduates of the University of Ghana.
The man in his graduation gown was trying to fix his tie when his wife, who was also in her graduation gown and clearly excited, came from behind and gave him a warm hug.
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Father and daughter graduate together
Also, the hearts of another Ghanaian man and his beautiful daughter melted online as they both graduated from the University of Ghana on the same day.
This comes as the older man earned a master's degree, while his daughter also earned a bachelor's degree.
The adorable video showed the elderly man, dressed in his graduation gown, hugging his daughter at the University of Ghana campus, apparently after the congregation.