- A man has achieved his life's dream of becoming a lawyer despite the discomforts that come with his physical disability
- Bagging his first degree in 2005, the man went further and applied for his LLB despite being denied admission twice
- After getting in, the physically-challenged man did well in school, passed his law exams, and was called to bar on Thursday, December 17
A man has triumphed over the physical disability that should have marred his dream. His confinement to a wheelchair all started when he was a teenager of 17 years old.
In an account shared by a Facebook user, Nene Addo Kweitsu, the man came down with an ailment as a child which affected his mobility.
With a strong will to rise above his circumstances, he trudged on and got his degree from the University of Ghana in 2005.
After two failed attempts to become a lawyer at the same university, he was eventually accepted in 2014. With his LLB degree, he enrolled at the Ghana School of Law.
Everything fell into place for the young man on Thursday, December 17, as he was called to bar. Nene said that he achieved all that feat as a single man.
See the post below:
Wcompiled some of the good wishes the man received below:
Roy Abraham Obi said:
"Definite desire mixed with emotions and focus becomes a success. Congratulations."
Hope Nkuevegey said:
"Congrats. Good things can also come from Nima. If the Others can do it, we in Nima can also Do More. Got to look for him for a befitting price from me."
Kodzo Torkutsah George said:
"Congratulations. Very inspirational. God be with you."
Ama Akyaah Taylor said:
"My BF for life!!!!.... proud of you Rhaman!!!.. the journey remains forward only."
Obrempong Kwadwo Yeboah said:
"Congratulations, you have proven beyond a reasonable doubt that indeed 'disability is not inability'."
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za also reported that @mappie_pirena on Twitter is finally able to add "Dr" before his name. He shared a cute video to basically inform his followers that he is now Dr. S.S Cele.
In the video, Dr Cele uses his official stamp with his title. He stamps his details onto a blank page before signing it. The 17-second video has already been viewed over 20 000 times on the social networking site. Dr Cele simply captioned his short yet powerful video:
"Avuleka amazulu. It ended in MBChB(UKZN). Official: Dr. S.S Cele."
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