Ghanaian 57-year-old woman returns to Junior High School, set to becoming a nurse
Elizabeth Yamoah, a remarkable 57-year-old from Ghana, has summoned the guts to re-enroll in high school with the goal of realizing her lifelong dream of becoming a nurse.
According to accounts, Elizabeth Yamoah re-enrolled in Agona Odoben Presby JHS alongside her granddaughter, an achievement that inspired several young adults in Africa and beyond.
Nana Akua Asidedua shared her experience on social media and mentioned that many elderly individuals still aspire to return to school but are unable to do so due to family and financial constraints.
She hailed Elizabeth for being a role model to them. Elizabeth was reported to have taken the Basic Education Certificate Examination ( BECE ).
Another Yvonne Mutambanengwe Grandmother Set To Bag Master’s Degree At 80
A woman by the name of Yvonne Mutambanengwe posted on her LinkedIn profile the wonderful news that her grandmother, who is 80 years old, is about to earn an MBA.
When wearing her graduation gown, Yvonne posted pictures of her grandma and urged her fans to never give up on their aspirations.
Yvonne posted this on LinkedIn:
I usually avoid posting personal information on LinkedIn, but I couldn’t help myself. This day is fantastic.
My grandmother is graduating! She did her MBA (Master of Business Administration) and is graduating just shy of her 80th birthday!!!
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“To say I am proud is again an understatement. Why did she put herself through such a huge undertaking??
“To let her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren know that if she can do, so can we all.” – She said
Wow! This is indeed a great feat for the granny. CONGRATULATIONS MA.