- Doctor Larbi Philippa has inspired many as she completes a programme in Dentistry at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)
- In a post on Twitter, she recounted how she endured difficult times in the pursuit of her goal to be a doctor
- After six years of studies, Philippa has finally achieved her dream and has attributed the success to God
When Larbi Philippa first set foot at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) to study Dentistry, 2021 seemed far.
Her journey at the Ghanaian university began six years ago when life offered her the opportunity to pursue her goal to become a doctor.
After six years of hectic months and years of hard work, Philippa has finally achieved her dream, as she finally completed the programme at KNUST and is now a qualified dentist.
Sharing her truth
Recounting how she endured and overcame difficult times during her studies, she wrote:
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''When I entered KNUST to study Dentistry six years ago, 2021 seemed so far away! All the many nights of tears, uncertainties, meeting deadlines, finding patients to complete requirements, etc."
Philippa attributed her academic milestone to God as she celebrated the achievement. She added:
''My God is sufficient! Officially Dr Larbi Asamoah Philippa."
The post shared by Philippa has gathered the views of loved ones, with many wishing her well.
Social media comments from well-wishers
Nana Ahinsah Anton said:
"Congrats, Dr Larbi Asamoah Philippa."
LJ's Madre commented:
"Awwn Pappy. It's the Lord's doing, and it's marvellous in our eyes. Congratulations."
Badu Miezah wrote:
"Congratulations Doc, more wins."
"Congrats. Well done. You did good for mum."
Nigerian lady graduates as the overall best
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Aishat Dauda, took to LinkedIn to celebrate her academic achievement.
In a post, Aishat revealed she graduated as the overall best in her department of economics, bagging first class.
With a CGPA of 4.86, the Elizade University Graduate emerged as the best in the faculty of humanities and social sciences.
The young lady said that she was really honoured to have her family at her convocation as she got several awards.