Girl Finally Makes It in Life After Growing Up in Broken Home; Celebrates Online

Girl Finally Makes It in Life After Growing Up in Broken Home; Celebrates Online

  • Cleopatra Ogharadukun, an amazing young lady has been able to rise through the tough challenges life confronted her with
  • Growing up in a broken home, Cleopatra says she had to go some days without food & struggled to make it on her own
  • However, the young lady now calls the world her oyster as she has been able to obtain considerable success

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A beautiful young lady called Cleopatra Ogharadukun on LinkedIn has celebrated being able to get her head above waters with regards to gaining a good source of livelihood.

Cleopatra who indicates that she grew up in a broken home recounted how she had to shuffle between two families where she never really felt she belonged.

To make matters worse, the world itself did not give Cleopatra a fair chance as, according to her, she was denied a lot of opportunities that her male counterparts got relatively easily.

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Girl who grew up in broken home celebrates making it in life
Girl who grew up in broken home celebrates making it in life Photo Credit: Cleopatra Ogharadukun
Source: UGC

In her own words:

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"I went days without a decent meal, and had to navigate a world of patriarchal privilege where every effort led me only halfway in comparison to her male peers."

However, after several years, the young lady finally became fortunate against all odds to get an education - even if it meant spending more time than everyone else in pursuit of the same.

"I have seen favour and had access to opportunities that a person with her background wouldn’t ordinarily get," she mentions.

Cleopatra expressed her gratitude for all of life’s gifts and for the many friends and acquaintances who affected her life positively as she now calls the world her oyster.

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In another story, Justin Edie Ebulley, a young man who grew up in a home that did not have both parents together has been able to make it to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and graduated with a first-class.

In a narration sighted by Briefly News on his LinkedIn handle, Justin Edie Ebulley indicated that because of the situation at his home, his mother was assisted by an uncle who helped to raise him.

According to Justin Edie Ebulley who studied a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, his successes were not only academic, as he performed really well in other aspects of his life as a student.

Source: Briefly News

Authors:
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Maryn Blignaut (Human-Interest HOD) Maryn Blignaut is the Human Interest manager and feature writer. She holds a BA degree in Communication Science, which she obtained from the University of South Africa in 2016. She joined the Briefly - South African News team shortly after graduating and has over six years of experience in the journalism field. Maryn passed the AFP Digital Investigation Techniques course (Google News Initiative), as well as a set of trainings for journalists by Google News Initiative. You can reach her at: maryn.blignaut@briefly.co.za

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Kelly Lippke (Senior Editor) Kelly Lippke is a copy editor/proofreader who started her career at the Northern-Natal Courier with a BA in Communication Science/Psychology (Unisa, 2007). Kelly has worked for several Caxton publications, including the Highway Mail and Northglen News. Kelly’s unique editing perspective stems from an additional major in Linguistics. Kelly joined Briefly News in 2018 and she has 14 years of experience. Kelly has also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. You can reach her at kelly.lippke@briefly.co.za.

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