- A young graduate, Kwesi Tumtum, has recounted how he nearly quit a year after he enrolled at the Central University's Business School
- He disclosed that he called and told his mum that he wanted to abandon his pursuit of attaining a degree after just one maths lecture
- His mum, however, urged him to continue despite the challenges he was encountering at the time
- Kwesi Tumtum shared his touching story as he graduated from the reputable private university
Kwesi Tumtum, an alumnus of the Central University's Business School, has recounted how he nearly quit his ambition of becoming a graduate due to challenges.
According to Kwesi Tumtum, who is now a graduate, he returned home in 2017 to pursue a degree at the prestigious Ghanaian university.
He, however, did not anticipate that the four-year programme would be demanding and require dedication, commitment amid challenges to complete.
In a Twitter post by the young graduate, he disclosed that he nearly abandoned his programme a year after enrolling at the Central University Business School.
''In 2017, I returned to Ghana and enrolled at Central University’s Business School. After one business maths lecture, I called my mum and told her I quit,'' he said.
Kwesi Tumtum's mother, however, became his inspiration in his moment of despair and attempt to quit in the face of challenges during his academic journey to earn a postgraduate degree.
''You know mothers, she motivated me. The stress from Level 100 through 400 but look at me now. A graduate! Wow,'' he said.
Kwesi Tumtum shared the inspirational post along with photos from his graduation as he proudly posed for the lens in his regalia.
The post has garnered tons of reactions and comments from his followers.
In other positive news about graduates, Briefly News previously reported on a local woman who wente viral after she took to Twitter to share some stunning snaps from her graduation ceremony
@Kgvthxtso_22 has since garnered more than 20k likes for her post and Mzansi can't help but celebrate along with the gorgeous engineering graduate.
"I'm coming darling. Pave a way for us, congratulations."
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