Talented lady known as Ama Slay graduates with Music master’s degree

Talented lady known as Ama Slay graduates with Music master’s degree

- Ghanaian lady known as Ama Slay has graduated with a master's degree

- Ama posted her graduation photos along with a motivational caption

- She earned her post-graduate degree in Music Business

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A young lady identified as Ama Slay on Instagram has motivated many with her inspirational story after she recently grabbed her post-graduate degree in Music Business.

Having successfully earned her master’s, Ama, took to her Instagram handle to recount her journey along with beautiful graduation photos.

According to the ambitious lady, after she attained her undergraduate degree, she felt that it wasn’t enough because of ''how solid and inspirational [she wants her craft to be].’’

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She indicated that she wanted more than just a first degree and took steps to pursue her master’s programme.

Her journey to attaining a post-graduate degree, however, was characterised by some obstacles.

'The Journey Getting Masters Wasn’t Easy,'' she said.

After hours, days, and months of remaining focused on her goal to achieve excellence, Ama finally graduated with a master’s degree in Music Business.

She proudly owned her feat with graduation photos to celebrate her accomplishment.

Captioning her stunning graduation photos on Instagram, she wrote:

''I Didn’t Choose The Stage, Mic And Dance Alone! I Also Equipped Myself With All The Necessities That Comes With Music And It’s Viens! A Degree Wasn’t Enough!
Looking At How Solid And Inspirational I Want My Craft To Be!The Journey Getting Masters Wasn’t Easy! I Thank God For All And Everything!!And To Everyone That Has Inspire Me To Do More And Better Myself!''

Ama said she hopes her enthusiasm to attain a master’s degree despite the setbacks would urge women, especially young girls to pursue their dreams.

''And To All The Girls Out There!!,Believe You Can And Yes You Can!” Black Girl Magic,’’ she added.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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