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Today, I’m Used In Text Books To Teach Case Law At The Ghana School of Law – Kwame A Plus

Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A Plus has shared his life story and express how grateful he is for being used in text books to teach case law.

In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Thursday, 29th September he wrote;

“I came to Accra when I was only 19 years old; no family, no place to lay my head, and not knowing where my next meal was going to come from. I’ve been through a lot in this city. It’s only grace that has saved me.

I’ve seen hunger, I know hardship, I’ve seen him up close and personal. I know how it feels to be so scared you can’t breath. I’ve suffered my friend. But I’ve been very strong. I’ve focused on the light at the end of the tunnel while keeping an eye on the little sparkling lights on the sides to avoid missing important moments. 

Today, I’m used in text books to teach Case Law at the Ghana School of Law and Communication Studies in tertiary institutions. This is just the beginning. I Don’t do this to brag. What I’ve rather decided to do periodically, is to motivate people with a willing heart.”

Kwame A Plus is that same simple, village boy who came from Gomoa Asebu to Accra; who used to sleep in Slim Busters studio at Darkuman Junction and on the bar table at Benjy’s Pub, at McCarthy Hills. He added.

A Plus advised that in this life, the only one who is capable of causing your downfall is you. If you are looking for someone to blame, first look at yourself. Like I said the other time, what we need is the strength and courage to keep knocking harder at the gate – there is a high possibility that we will wake someone up and we will be let in.

Our ability to continue doing what we are tired and fed up of doing is what makes us great. No matter what happens, we must look out for the positive and make good use of it. He remarked.

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