- Shekinah KA, a young lady on Twitter has graduated as a medical doctor after encountering some struggles that made her consider giving up
- According to the young lady, she was a very optimistic 18-year-old until she applied to study Medicine and was rejected
- Although it was tough, Shekinah decided to use a different route which has paid of massively for her since she now has 2 degrees
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A young lady, identified on Twitter as Shekinah KA, has graduated as a medical doctor and revealed the past struggle that nearly killed her dream.
In a narration sighted by Briefly.co.za on her personal Twitter handle, Shekinah indicated that she was initially rejected after she applied to study Medicine at age 18.
After the heartbreaking experience, the young girl in Shekinah thought about giving up but as fate would have it, she rather toughened up to try in a different way.
See her narration below:
As a result of that decision, Shekinah Appiah went ahead to pursue a first degree, after which she has now graduated as a medical doctor with two degrees.
Her story heaped massive reactions online.
Allaina Abraham said he was so proud of her
Salo X could not stop screaming at the amazing achievement chalked by the young lady
Dona Dulcinea wished Appiah the very best in her future
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Meanwhile, a group of young Ghanaian ladies who graduated from the University for Development Studies (UDS) as medical doctors have heated social media with their beautiful photos.
The photos sighted by Briefly.co.za were mostly shared or retweeted by Ayorkor with the handle @naainvasion, who also graduated as a medical doctor.
The ladies beamed with adorable smiles although their graduation year was greeted with the Covid-19 pandemic which has ruined their chances of properly celebrating their success.
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