There is currently a viral picture of a young and beautiful lady circulating on social media with her law school certificates and Ghanaians can't stop talking about it. Of course most people who saw the picture of this young lady were extremely happy for her.
Especially, being able to graduate from the Ghana School of Law at this young age caused the praise.
Even though most people did not doubt her age but very few of them that were against her age said a lot of things and thinks she is more than the age or the person that posted the picture lied.
On the popular Ghana Facebook page called 'Tell It All' the picture was posted and captioned as, "Meet the youngest Lawyer in Ghana, Ama A. Dacosta, 22 years old."
Ama's age was not on the certificates but her name was on them. The person who posted the picture revealed her age but some people on this platform think she might be older than that.
The person who was against it wrote that, "How did she complete law school at 22, how old was she when she went to the law school? Just not clear about her age."
Below is the post from the netizen.
Of course this can be a bit difficult to believe though but it can be true. The Facebook user opposing her age might be thinking about the number of years Ghanaians normally use to complete a degree and the other years she might have spent to compete law school.
Anyways, you at home what do you think about this, is she actually 22 or more than that?
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