Graduation Photos: We Are Crushing On These Beautiful Ghanaian Girls

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The nation’s premier university held their graduation ceremony over the weekend and as usual, there were lots of photo shoots and we’ve come across some of them that truly melted our hearts and we’ve decided to share them with you.

It’s such a beautiful feeling when you finally get to graduate from the University or any other tertiary institution.  The stress, IAs, exams, lectures, project works, assignments, group meetings and all, chale, every student gets super excited when they finally graduate after 4 exhaustive years in school.

We are crushing on these girls BIG TIME! See the Photos below:

Say Hello to Makafui

And this is Sandra

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bbq5FLQHRnW/?taken-at=1806282426251896

 

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bbq3cJ4HjTI/?taken-by=chocolate_shot_it

Tata Shanty

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The lord owns it all ?????



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https://www.instagram.com/p/BbqDgErnRRK/?taken-by=fliistyl_studio

 

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