Philipa Baafi Bags First Class Honours after Returning to School at Age 40

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Philipa Baafi achieves first-class honors after returning to school at age 40. Explore her inspiring journey of perseverance.

Philipa Baafi Ghanaian Gospel Musician

Philipa Baafi, the gospel singer, has expressed profound gratitude to God for guiding her through her educational journey, overcoming significant challenges along the way. In recounting her story, she shared that she lost both her parents by the time she reached Senior High School (SHS), which added complexity to her life. Nevertheless, she remained steadfast in her determination to excel in her studies.

The renowned artist shared that due to her circumstances, she couldn’t pursue further education after SHS. However, after finding stability through her music career, she decided to pursue a medical course (Physician Assistant) at the tertiary level. Remarkably, despite being over 40 years old, she graduated with first-class honors.

Philipa’s husband, Dr. Kwame Karikari, explained her absence from the music scene, stating she intentionally paused her music career to pursue further education and enhance her qualifications to maintain relevance. He disclosed that she dedicated four years to studying to become a physician assistant. Now, with her return to music, he announced her official comeback to the industry. Philipa Baafi is widely recognized in Ghana for her numerous hit songs, including ‘Go Higher’ and ‘I Go Dance,’ among others.

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