Esinam Awunyo, a young and attractive Ghanaian model who also happens to be a lawyer, has captured the hearts of many when she turned to social media to explain all of the challenges she had to face in order to be admitted to the bar.
Esinam Awunyo claims that she was the only one in her study group to fail her very first Ghana School of Law admission tests in 2017. She claims that she was the only one in her study group to fail her very first Ghana School of Law entrance exams in 2017.
Despite the financial difficulties she had to overcome, the delighted lady claimed she had finally been admitted to the Ghana Bar Association.
Esinam Awunyo's situation had deteriorated to the point that she decided to move overseas after competing in the Miss Maliaka Beauty Pageant.
She returned to Ghana a year later, and the next challenge she faced was earning Ghc49,448 in school fees in order to obtain a spot at the Ghana School of Law, which she did after eventually being accepted.
She has now successfully completed her schooling and has been admitted to the bar in order to serve her nation as a lawyer.
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