- Twitter user Oh_vivie has been congratulated after she bagged her undergraduate degree in Business Administration
- Oh_vivie graduated from the University of Ghana, Legon
- Stunning frames from her graduation have been shared along with a powerful message of representation
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A young Ghanaian lady with the Twitter name Oh_vivie has been celebrated after bagging her undergraduate Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Science).
Oh_vivie grabbed her first degree in Business Administration (Banking and Finance) qualification after five years in Legon.
Briefly.co.za learned that the young lady did not miss the opportunity to celebrate her accomplishment following years of hard work and dedication.
Stunning graduation frames of Oh_vivie have been shared on social media in celebration of her remarkable efforts.
The photos were accompanied by a motivating message of representation urging young girls to go for gold in their careers.
The post reads:
"Meet Oh_vivie. She bagged her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Legon. She is definitely a personality worth accentuating. Tell your your girls they too can make it and even attain greater heights."
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While Oh_vivie’s academic feat isn’t exceptional, she is a good role model for young women who aspire to attain tertiary education to have someone to look up to.
Oh_vivie has been celebrated on social media as her graduation photographs have inspired peeps online.
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Briefly.co.za recently reported that seven students from the University of Ghana Law School have graduated with first-class honours in the university’s virtual congregation ceremony.
The virtual ceremony was held on Thursday, 30 July. The seven students who made themselves and their loved ones proud completed their Bachelor of Laws (LLB) with first class honours.
Prosper Batariwah, Vanessa Alabi, Esmeralda Akorfa Afenyo, Emmanuel Dei-Tumi, Seth Doe, Emmeline Ziwu, and Amanda Nutakor have become an inspiration for many who have been following their recent academic milestones.
In another story, the revised school calendar for the remainder of the 2020 academic year has been released by the Department of Basic Education.
The calendar has been adjusted twice to date to take the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic into account. Classes will resume on 24 August after the break announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa a week ago.
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