- A young woman is celebrating completing her Bachelor of Science in Engineering course with a first-class honours pass from Regional Maritime University
- Monica Nancy Candny expressed how grateful she was to finally have completed her studies and encouraged others to dream big
- Social media users were moved by the young woman’s success and were quick to congratulate her on the fantastic achievement
A young woman excitedly posted on social media about successfully obtaining her Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Engineering degree with flying colours from Regional Maritime University in Ghana.
Monica Nancy Candny, who obtained a first-class honours pass, said she was relieved to have finally completed her studies and thanked everyone who helped her on the long journey.
In her post, the stunner also noted that people should not be afraid to dream big, explaining that the youth should be diligent with endeavours that they’re passionate about.
“Congratulations to me! Finally, I am leaving Regional Maritime University. The battle was not easy at all, but with God, all things are possible. Today, I have graduated with first-class honours in BSc Marine Engineering. Thanks to God, my family, my LinkedIn friends, my mentors and everyone who contributed to my success,” She added.
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Monica further noted that people should have the courage to pursue their goals and work hard to overcome small failures and obstacles.
“If you dream it, you can achieve it. If you have a passion for something, go and get it. Success is not final, and failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts,” she added.
Social media users wish the young maritime graduate well
Netizens flooded the comment section under the young babe’s post to wish her everything of the best in her new ventures.
Caroline Briandt-Coker wrote:
“Love this. Congratulations Monica Nancy Candny.”
Delisiwe Dludlu added:
“Heartfelt congratulations to you and your fellow graduates. Excellence is always a great thing to be sought-after. You attained it, very well done!”
Hyginus C. Okeke said:
“Congratulations Monica Nancy Candny. You're indeed made. #proudmoments”
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