There is a saying that whatever will be will surely come to reality. It may take time and sometimes even delayed, but it will still become a reality. This is the case of veteran Ghanaian actor, Van Vicker.
In a recent post by the actor on Instagram, he stated how he could not further his tertiary education due to inability of his parents to pay for his fees.
He narrated his ordeal thus:
"21 years later, here I stand before you with 3 achievements during my graduation. To God be the glory; 1st class honors, best student in strategic communications and Best Communication Student Award. The above is within the context of my 2021 post on social media and is no way presumptuous but uprightly to inspire.
"I could not enroll at a tertiary institution in 1997 because my single mother did not have the funds. If free SHS was available back in the day, most likely I would have graduated in 2000/2001. My career took off and I have been blessed but as someone who relishes education getting that degree was just a matter of time. I will complete my masters program this December. I am sorely motivated and committed to even go beyond, God willing. I thank all those who are supporting me and is still supporting during this journey".
See screenshots of the post below:
This is really an inspiring experience. There is no deadline for dreams and aspirations. If you are determined to achieve greatness in life, no matter the hurdles you will eventually attain those aspirations. What are your thoughts on this? Share your thoughts in the comments session.
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