Ghana is blessed with a lot of talented and curvaceous young ladies. It is not about having such a curvy body but how you will impact the society is what matters. A photo has been sighted on social showing a young beautiful, curvaceous and brilliant student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
There are some courses in the Universities that have already been tagged for males. Courses like engineering, construction etc are not likely offered by females. But Awurama has defied all the odds as she is offering material engineering at the Varsity. She has proven that, Science is not only meant for males alone.
Aside studies, she also knows how to slay very well. Her cute photos have caught the attention of Ghanaian blogger Zion Felix which made him to flaunt her on his Instagram handle. She is celebrating her birthday today so he seized the opportunity to honour her with a nice caption to mark her day.
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