- Elizabeth Owusua, a Ghanaian lady, has fulfilled her childhood dream of becoming both a nurse and a lawyer
- Her journey started in 2005 when she gained admission to study a diploma
- In 2019, the brilliant and ambitious young woman was called to the Bar after pursuing her Law degree
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A Ghanaian lady by name Elizabeth Owusua has fulfilled her childhood dream of becoming both a nurse and a lawyer as she now serves in both capacities.
In a post by Elizabeth seen by Briefly.co.za, the young lady indicates that as a child, she wanted to be a nurse, lawyer as well as a fashion designer simultaneously.
According to Elizabeth, although she always had her dreams, she never imagined how they would all happen because of her humble beginning.
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She was, however, quick to note that her training at Mfantsiman Girls helped shaped her entire life and said:
"I went to the Nursing and Midwifery Training College at Korle Bu where I graduated with a Diploma in Nursing in 2008 and started working as a nurse in 2010 after national service".
From there, Owusua notes she continued to Central University College to top up for a Bsc Degree in Nursing alongside work and graduated in 2013.
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In 2014, Owusua applied to Gimpa Law Faculty for an LLB and got admitted which she did along with working night shifts at the hospital and gained admission to the Law school in 2017 after graduating from Gimpa and finally was called to the Ghana Bar in October 2019.
Meanwhile, Today the world celebrates International Nurses' Day. Nurses have played a pivotal role amid the Covid-19 pandemic and the world has stood up to pay tribute to them.
The International Council of Nurses and the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement released a joint statement calling on the world to appreciate nurses and other health care workers on the frontlines.
It is believed that more than 90 000 health care workers worldwide have been infected with Covid-19 while in the line of duty. Heartfelt tributes have poured in to commemorate the occasion.
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