– A young lady from the Ghana Armed Forces has graduated from the Infantry Officer Basic Course, in Georgia, USA
– Lt Agatha Kpamina, as her name goes, has become the first African to attain the massive achievement in its history
– Hundreds of people have been sharing their congratulatory messages in the comment session of the post on Twitter
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Lt Agatha Kpamina, a young female Ghanaian military officer of the Ghana Armed Forces has made the nation proud after becoming the first African to complete a programme in Ft Benning, in Georgia.
In a post on the verified Twitter handle of US Embassy Ghana, it is indicated that Lt Kpamina graduated from the Infantry Officer Basic Course (IOBC).
A photo attached to the post saw Agatha being adorned with some laurels to mark her successful completion of the programme that no other person from an African country has been able to finish.
See the post below:
Hundreds of people have been congratulation the young lady under the thread of the Twitter post by the US Embassy Ghana.
@healer_great, replying to @USEmbassyGhana, indicated:
Congrats Lt Agatha Kpamina we love you.
@staggerandfail congratulated the lady with the Ghanaian term:
@KwakoTeye mentioned what the achievement meant to him in one word:
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Meanwhile, in a related story Bioreports reported that for every story of success, there is always a dull and defining moment. So is the awe-inspiring journey of a 22-year-old Basirat Rufai who graduated as the best student of the University of Ibadan’s faculty of pharmacy — and of course the valedictorian of her academic set.
Rufai broke the fundamental barriers in her academic journey and went on to graduate with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 6.9 out of 7 from a department where students put in extra-struggle to survive the lecturers’ axe.
Source: Bioreports Newspaper