Meet graduate who snubbed her qualification to follow her passion as artist

Meet graduate who snubbed her qualification to follow her passion as artist

- A UEW graduate by the name of Angelina Ampofo Asomaning, who studied accounting, now works as a commercial artist

- Angelina decided to do away with the career in line with her academic qualification after she was urged to do so by friends who were amazed by her talent

- Briefly.co.za has compiled photos of some of Angelina's beautiful artworks

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Angelina Ampofo Asomaning is a graduate from the University of Education, Winneba has veered off her academic career path to follow her passion.

In an interview with Briefly.co.za's Edward Asare, Angelina indicated that she is now a dedicated full-time commercial artist, in line with her talent.

The young female artist is an old student of Aggrey Memorial AME Zion SHS and learned how to draw by herself at a very tender age.

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Meet accounting graduate who snubbed her cert to follow her passion as commercial artiste

Meet accounting graduate who snubbed her cert to follow her passion as a commercial artiste Source: Instagram, @abenaoyiwaa.art
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According to her, she was able to make the bold decision after some of her friends looked at her amazing artworks and encouraged her to rather invest in her talent.

Check out some of her beautiful artworks below:

Oil painting of 2 excited school-going children on canvas

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Beautiful art of a lady sitting by herself to portray the need for finding peace within

One other art by Angelina showing the need to smile as it is a lady's best make-up

Meanwhile, as Briefly.co.za previously reported that Vincentia Fosuaa, a young Ghanaian woman, has emerged as the best graduating graduate student from the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA)

According to an official report sighted by Briefly.co.za on Upsa.edu.gh, it is indicated that Vincentia graduated with a Final Cumulative Grade Point Average (FCGPA) of 3.83.

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Amidst cheers and commendations from her colleagues, the brilliant lady bagged MBA in Accounting and Finance at the 12th Congregation of the University

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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