I Tried My Best To Fail My Law Exams Because I Never Wanted To Be A Lawyer – Maurice Ampaw (+Video)

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Controversial Ghanaian Lawyer and relationship expert, Lawyer Maurice Ampaw in n a recent interview with First Lady for Browngh TV’s Time With The Stars, has recounted how he tried to fail his Law exams because he didn’t want to become a lawyer.

“I didn’t want to be a lawyer. I wanted to read political science and sociology,” he disclosed.

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According to Lawyer Maurice Ampaw, his brother, Kwame Ampaw, an accountant, was the one who forced him to become a lawyer.

Lawyer Maurice Ampaw  revealed how he tried to fail exams at the law school at the University of Ghana, Legon just to convince his brother that he could not read the course.

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“My brother, Kwame Ampaw, who is an accountant wanted a lawyer in the house who would represent my father, who was also a lawyer and politician,” he said.

“After topping A level at Labone Secondary School, he (Kwame Ampaw) chose political science, sociology and law for me. I told him I won’t read law, but he insisted”. Maurice Ampaw added.

“I intentionally decided to fail the law school exams but unfortunately I passed. Political science and sociology students were always chilling whilst the law students were burning the midnight candles,” Lawyer Maurice disclosed.

Lawyer Ampaw further reiterated that after noticing realising that everything he did to fail law exams proved futile, he finally accepted his fate and said it was the will of God for him to become a lawyer.

Lawyer Maurice Ampaw  in his final statement showered praises on his brother for helping him make the right decision in life.

Watch the full interview below;

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