- Rita Awuku Yirenkyiwa, a police officer in Ghana, has celebrated herself as she broke the barrier not many could
- The officer took to social media to celebrate her 12 years of active service in the force with beautiful pictures
- In some of the photos, the policewoman struck creative poses with a bike and full police regalia
Rita Awuku Yirenkyiwaa, a Ghanaian female police officer known to be one of the most beautiful women in the service has popped up with new stunning photos.
Rita Awuku, popularly known on social media as Maya, is celebrating 12 years anniversary as a police officer.
To mark the occasion, she released two fabulous photos in her usual super fashion on social media.
In the photos, Maya could be seen dressed in her full police regalia as she posed beside a colourful motorbike.
The first photo had Maya squatting by the motorbike. Sharing the photo, Maya thanked God for protecting her 12 years in the service.
"12yrs in the service has not been an easy journey, thank you Lord for your mercy and protection. We are out there protecting mother Ghana please stay home to protect us too. Happy Anniversary to the worldwide Queen❤️❤️❤️❤️Photography: @chocolate_shot_it Makeup: @divinecaseygh @police_ahua," she wrote.
Later, she shared a second photo standing by the motorbike, holding her rifle.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that when faced with great odds, nothing in life inspires like a person’s will to succeed. While it is true nothing is too big to conquer, an unmatchable thirst for success is important.
A black American lady, Sotonye, has shared a moving story with the Humans of New York on how she got into medical school despite the many obstacles on her way.
She said she had always dreamed of being a doctor since she was little, at a time there were no many female African American doctors around.
Sotonye said that she did not allow her failures in subjects like Chemistry and people’s opinion to stop her as she soldiered on.
Getting into medical school was not an easy ride as she lost money and had to cope with working 20 hours a week! Despite the fact that she had spent a huge amount of $2200 (N807,400) on applications, she failed several times.
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She said she later enrolled herself into a master’s program just to prove that she could study medicine and again took the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT).
The hope that never dies could move mountains; Sontonye’s own finally pushed her towards her dream as she scored a surprising 73% on the next MCAT attempt.
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