A young Ghanaian lawyer has recently warmed the hearts of many as she takes to social media to give an inspiring account of the hurdles she had to overcome on her journey to being called to the bar Esinam Awunyo revealed that she was the only one among her study group who failed in her very first Ghana School of Law entrance exams in 2017 The proud lady said she has finally been called to the Ghana bar despite the financial challenges she encountered Read more:How to stay calm in difficult situations. – Wisdom writes






A gorgeous Ghanaian lady named Esinam Awunyo has recently shared a touching post about her journey to becoming a lawyer. Esinam recounted through a post on LinkedIn that two days to her birthday in 2017, her Ghana School of Law entrance exam results came in only to find out she failed. Read more: How I Started Masturbation At Age 17 – Uncle Ebo Whyte Tells It All






Being the only one in her study group who did not make it, the young lady said she was devastated and cried the whole week. The following year, however, Esinam secured a scholarship to study the Legal Practice Course (LPC) in the UK. Read more:Tears as journalist dies 2 days after wedding [Photos]






She returned to Ghana a year after, and the new barrier she had to overcome was raising Ghc49,448 as school fees to secure a place at the Ghana School of Law after finally gaining admission. The determined young lady said somehow God came through for her, and her financial problems were sorted out. Esinam Awunyo Esq revealed she was called to the bar a few days after her birthday and that made her the first lawyer in her family. YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Regina Amegah Esq, a relentless Ghanaian activist has been called to the bar in Ghana and her colleagues have taken to social media to celebrate her for all the strong leadership she displayed during their hard times in school. Read more:7 Things Men Really Want From Women (But Won’t Ask For)






@PrinceGanaku on Twitter went as far as mentioning that if every law student knew the details of what Regina went through for them, they would all have her picture up on all their social media handles. Read more:Video: I Can Use My Parents For Money Ritual – Says Nigerian Man






According to another gentleman identified as by the handle, @EFLFighters, Regina fought for a reformed Law Education system in Ghana and organized the Law Students demo over entry issues even though she herself had been granted admission. Read more:Bride whose husband left her to dance with another woman sends message to Ghanaians [Video]

Source: Yen.com.gh

Leave a Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *