- A recent college graduate recently took to social media to celebrate his graduation with a top class second class in his first degree
- The Regional Maritime University graduate revealed he read maritime engineering at school
- @SirLord_, a follower applauded @xorlak_0’s achievement: “Man did it!! congratulations sir!!“
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A grateful young man from Ghana recently took to social media to celebrate his latest life victories.
A Posting on Twitter preview by YEN.com.gh on @xorlak_00, he shared that he was able to successfully complete his bachelor’s degree in marine engineering and get a second class upper class.
The delighted young man continued to thank God for his support and guidance throughout his academic journey and made it a fruitful journey.
His actual message read;
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“BSc. Marine Engineering (Second Class Upper Division) Isaiah 43:18-19. Eh Yahweh Kumama Papa. Thank you Lord for bringing me this far. Your boy is eternally grateful. Indeed, I am helped by God”
Many social media users who saw the post were quick to praise him in the comments section.
Some of the most heartfelt messages have been highlighted below by YEN.com.gh;
Congratulations once again my brother! ❤️
Regional Maritime University? Oh nice. I may have seen you before
The man did it!! congratulations sir!!
Congratulations Xorla….go for gold
@PadiB2 celebrated the young man:
you’re spoiling my brother ❤️
A brilliant final year student from the Regional Maritime University builds a working container ship for his project
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a final year student at Regional Maritime University identified as Patrick Essel has been hailed on social media after photos of his project work surfaced online.
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The post seen by YEN.com.gh on the university’s Facebook page, there were pictures of Patrick’s final year project, which is a working container ship. One of the photos had him with a huge smile as he stood next to what he had built.
The young man named the ship after his surname, Essel. Many who saw the post were quick to congratulate Patrick in the comments section. At the time of this publication, the post has racked up nearly 400 reactions with 37 comments and 49 shares.
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