Methodist Girls: Former Student Of High School Called To The Bar: “The Grace Of God Was Sufficient”


Ellen Opoku-Gyimah, Ghanaian lady, has been called to the Ghana Bar after completing Methodist Girls High School nine years ago

She briefly recounted her journey from senior high school to making it to the legal field in a LinkedIn post contacted one of the new lawyers, Kojo Telfer, who shared encouraging words for himself and his colleagues

  1. Nine years after completing Methodist Girls High School in Manfe-Akuapem, Ghanaian Ellen Opoku-Gyimah has been accepted to the Ghana Bar.
  2. Opoku-Gyimah, who enrolled at the Ghana School of Law with several others, was formally admitted into the legal profession with more than 1,000 others on Friday, October 20.

Photos of Ellen Opoku-Gyimah.

  1. After adding her name to the list of Ghanaian lawyers, such as Chief Justice Gertrude Torkornoo, Sampson Kwaku Boafo, Tsatsu Tsikata, and Joe Ghartey, she went on LinkedIn to inspire people.

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Written by Emmanuel Nuotah

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