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Medical Student Graduates With Two Degrees After Six Years In School

CURSORY: After studying for six years at the Ghanaian institution in Kumasi, young woman obtained two degrees.

A young woman who goes by the Twitter handle @_nonyeo was awarded a medical degree, by Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)

She announced her accomplishment on Twitter, sharing breathtaking photos to commemorate receiving a medical degree from KNUST.

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After studying for six years at the Ghanaian institution in Kumasi, the young woman obtained two degrees.

“Six years, two degrees. My favourite thing about this journey was doing it with my people. My Jesus has been so good, and I’m super grateful! Doctor Noni Onochie y’all,” she captioned the post. In an interview

Ghanaian doctor Dr. Amanski, who works in Germany, advised the young doctors to take advice from more experienced medical professionals in order to advance in their careers.

They accomplished a significant task by finishing medical school, so I applaud them on that. They’ll survive the challenging first two years of their transition from being students to practicing doctors, but it won’t be simple.

”I congratulate them on graduating from medical school because it’s no small feat. Their first two years of transition from being students to doctors on the job won’t be easy, but they’ll make it.

”Being a doctor in Ghana is challenging and stressful, but they must do their best for every patient they see,” he said.

Dr Amanski further talked on how the new doctors could manage stress at work, stating the following:

”Mental health is a serious issue, and I’d urge them to have shared therapy to cope with it and to destress. They should also learn from their seniors for career progression,” he added.

Since surfacing on her account, people have celebrated her remarkable accomplishment.



@ashlyntube commented: Congratulations hun, Dr Noni.

@alvin_ampiah posted: Congratulations, y’all look beautiful in your scrubs.

@Iyin_S said: Congratulations babe.

@thelifeofhugoo reacted: Congratulations, doc!

@stevenmorkeh1 mentioned: Eeiii, so you pretty ladies are doctors now. Then, guys will be falling sick this year and the coming years.

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