- Lady in massive celebration mood after doing a law double in different countries
- Precious Papafio has only recently emerged a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme court of Ghana, two years after her England and Wales call to bar
- She said she almost gave up after failing a particular UK law exam twice
A lady has achieved, what is described in the world of football as a brace, a double in the law sector.
Precious Papafio has emerged a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme court of Ghana. Interestingly, her emergence comes after her call to the bar of England & and Wales, in the United Kingdom in 2019.
Her success story has earned her accolades and praises from social media users after she made the announcement on her Linkedln wall. But it didn't come easy for her.
The lady of Ghana descent recounted the struggles she had to deal with and challenges she overcame on the road to her career record-breaking feat.
She said she was broken after experiencing failure twice in a particular law course in the UK. The previous two failures discouraged her from taking the exam a third time but she had a guiding principle that motivated her.
Precious believes one hasn't failed until death. Shrouded by this belief she attempted the exam a third time and axed it.
She also attributed her success to her having a strong support system as well as cutting off negative folks who reduce one's self-confidence and belief.
Papafio mentioned one Jessica Twumasi as her greatest support and motivator through the years.
"Find your support system. Cut off negative energy and negative people who make you think lowly of yourself. This year, Jessica Twumasi has been one of the greatest. I mince no words when I say I couldn't have done this without her support."
And when in bad times she said her relationship with Jesus holds her down and strengthens her just as she made a case for the importance of having mentors which she described as being 'underrated'.
Responding to her post, Jessica Twumasi commented:
"You are a fighter and your persevering spirit saw you through despite the odds. This is just the beginning of greater things to come!"
Natasha Javed reacted:
"Hi Jessica Twumasi I hope you are well. It’s nice to see you on here and get reacquainted since our days in McCarthy house . You always were very supportive and inspirational. Congratulations Precious Q. Papafio on all your achievements this is just the beginning!"
The inspiring story was shared by her sister, Fatima, on Twitter. According to her, Hafsah became blind at the tender age of two but she did not let it affect her dreams and aspirations.
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