- University for Development Studies has graduated its doctors for the 2020 batch and some of the graduands have heated up Twitter with their stunning photos
- The young ladies posed in different styles while they beamed with adorable smiles
- Their joy could be understood as 2020 was greeted with the COVID-19 which nearly ruined their chances of finishing school after 7 years
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Stunning young Ghanaian ladies who graduated from the University for Development Studies (UDS) as medical doctors have heated up social media with their beautiful photos.
The photos sighted by Legit.ng were mostly shared or retweeted by Ayorkor with the handle @naainvasion, who also graduated as a medical doctor.
The ladies beamed with adorable smiles although their graduation year was greeted with the COVID-19 pandemic which has ruined their chances of properly celebrating their success.
Check out the stunning photos below:
Dela, flaunting her beauty in heartwarming photos:
Dr Jennifer Nana Abena Oladele beaming with adorable smiles
Dr Nkwegu, another beautiful fresh doctor who could not keep herself from smiling
Dr Laryea, another true definition of 'beauty with brains'
Papola, another fresh doctor with show-stopping beauty
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Chika Stacy Oriuwa, made the nation really proud as she graduated from the University of Toronto (UT) school and became a doctor. Oriuwa was the only black student out of a class of 259 students when she enrolled at UT in 2016.
On Tuesday, June 2, the student did not only graduate as the best but was the school's valedictorian, making her the second black person to have that feat since the inception of the school.
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She was the first black student in 14 years with the honour. In 1992, Dr Kristine Whiteheads, a present practitioner in Ottawa, was the first black individual with the honour.
In other related news, a Nigerian lady, Fatima Ado, and the daughter of the director of D-8 Health and Social Protection programme bagged first-class degree.
According to the father, Ado J G Muhammed, who shared the news on Twitter, the daughter achieved the honour in accounting from the Abu Dhabi University in United Arab Emirate.
Two pictures were attached to the post as one showed Fatima in a graduation robe while the other has her standing with family members against a decorated background.
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