Embodiment of Black success! Two colleagues who took the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) side by side in Ghana have become qualified doctors.
The pair who were classmates in a Ghanaian high school together, then proceeded to take the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) WASSCE, later attended the same higher education institution.
High school mates graduate as professional doctors from KNUST. Photo credits: @FestusLivingst1.
A Twitter user, known as FestusLivingst1, enlightened us that both of them enrolled in the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
After investing six years at the institution in Ghana, FestusLivingst1 and his companion successfully graduated as doctors. FestusLivingst1 uploaded pictures on his social media platforms mentioning:
”From the same high school to the same university, the same course, the same home, the same dormitory, and the same medical school!! I spent countless days with this gentleman! I’m ecstatic we achieved it together! Exceptionally proud of you, Dr. Ofori-Darko! My heartfelt congratulations,” he added to the photos“It’s fascinating how they stood by each other over these years. They collaborated to accomplish their shared dreams which is indeed notable. Now they must put in more effort to excel in their profession since they have set foot onto their careers. It would be wise for them to heed the suggestions from experienced professionals. Most importantly, they must resort to divine intervention in tough times. I wish them every success in their future,” was told to YEN.com.gh.
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Reactions surrounding the duo’s accomplishments
Individuals heaped the duo with immense praise over their scholarly successes
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Congratulations to both.
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