Juventus Duorinaah has become the first hearing-impaired student to graduate from law school in Ghana.
Juventus Duorinaah who pursued a four-year degree program in Law from the University of Ghana has finally graduated with second class ( Lower Division ).
Juventus, who is the executive director at Ghana National Association of the Deaf had his basic education at Wa School for the Deaf (WADEAF).
Mampong Akwapim School for the Deaf is where he completed his secondary education.
He later proceeded to the University of Ghana to obtain a Bachelor of Arts Degree majoring in Sociology and minored in Political Science.
Keenly interested in human rights, especially the rights of the disabled and marginalized, he sought to understand even further issues of human rights and Law pertaining to them, so he proceeded to the University of Cardiff for a degree in Human Rights Law.
Mr Duorinaah returned to Ghana and gained a spot to pursue his LLB at the University of Ghana. Now he has made history by becoming the First hearing impaired student to graduate from any university in Ghana with an LLB.
Mr Duorinaah is predictably headed for the School of Law, University of Ghana, for his professional certificate in Law. His major drive is to be in a position to help others even more.