Suma Cum Laude!!!

To God be the Glory, for great,wonderful and mighty things he has done!!!

In September 2008, I arrived at the University of Ghana, a naive,innocent,curious,shy girl.
Four  years later, I leave a confident,beautiful,courageous and African woman ready to take on the world's challenges with no fears whatsoever.

I made amazing friends, some of whom I lost along the way and some I still hold and cherish dearly.

I took on the most arduous task of volunteering my time to work at several organisations for nothing.
In return, I felt the warmth of love and soildarity. I changed people's lives in my own little way.

 Me and my kids at Street Kids Academy.
Selling at the Accra Mall to raise funds for the UN World Food Programe.

I fell in and out and in love with so many people ;people who  inspired me and motivated me to believe in myself.

On the 9th of March 2013, I graduated Suma Cum Laude, something that I felt was beyond me .
Something I felt was beyound reach, only meant for the creme de la creme of the academic world.
I hold not only in my hands but also in my heart the awesomeness of life and the goodness of God.

I can only say,
I am a manifestation of the creative intelligence of God!!
I embrace, the power prescence of magnificence in my life.
And  I reach for the greatness that waits me!!!

Arigato Gozaimasu!!


  1. Congratulations dear. be proud

  2. Awwwww you looked lovely and graceful, congrats dear

  3. Crowning Glory10:06 pm

    Congratulations you look very lovely in your gown!

  4. Tathiana Marcelin3:06 am

    Congratulations! this is awesome!

  5. Southern Girl7:47 am

    Congrats that's a major accomplishment. I'm sure there are many more good things ahead of you.

  6. Tonkabelle1:28 pm

    Congratulations dear, you are so deserving.

    1. Thanks dear.
      Sorry for the delay in response.My web browser does not pick up the comment section making it extremely difficult to respond to comments.


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