- Reverend Solomon Quartey, a Ghanaian preacher, visited a cemetery to deliver a message of gratitude to a late benefactor who supported his education
- He headed to the burial ground to show gratitude after his call to the Ghana Bar by the General Legal Council on Friday, October 20
- The video in which he sheds tears at an occasion held to celebrate his achievement has triggered emotions
Ghanaian preacher Reverend Solomon Quartey visited the grave to thank a late benefactor who supported his education after his call to the Ghana Bar.
He held back emotions while recalling that the late Hayford Nii Perbi Armaah funded his studies before passing away on May 15, 2022.
Ghanaian lawyer called to the Bar.
Photo credit: Ablade TV Online.Source: UGC
Man became emotional after becoming lawyer
Quartey, however, was reduced to tears when he later arrived at an occasion hosted to celebrate his call to the Bar. Upon entering a family house, he was greeted by loved ones before the meltdown.
The new lawyer, supported by the Osu community to achieve his dream, returned home to show appreciation. He received a hero’s welcome at his ancestral home.
Quartey was one of over 1,000 newly qualified lawyers that the General Legal Council (GLC) admitted into the Bar on Friday, October 20.
Watch his video below:
Reactions to the video of Solomon Quartey
The meltdown of Solomon Quartey evoked emotions online.
Naa Kwarley Quartey posted:
Gratitude is a must. To all hands that help us, your cup shall never run dry
Nana Apori mentioned:
Grateful son of the land. God bless you.
Nortey Beatrice said:
God bless you for showing appreciation to your sponsor; a good citizen indeed.
PaaQuecy Hughes stated:
This got me emotional. May The Good Lord Protect you and give you many victories.
Marcus Anthony Baffoe posted:
I’m really happy and, at the same time, shedding tears after seeing the gratitude.
AnyEme Sarkcess said:
Hon Nii Ayitey Adamah stated:
Congratulations, you have done the right thing. The ancestors are happy with you. They will surely bless you.
Roberts Jj Brown stated:
Congratulations, my brother.
Eric Ohene Nyamekye Denkyira commented:
Gratitude, well done.
Maama Gee stated:
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Congratulations, my Rev bakop3.
Elsie Abayah commented:
So emotional congratulations.
Maa Atee Tetteh said:
Congratulations, my Rev and son-in-law, greater heights.
Nyameba Phina reacted:
Congratulations, dear. You are very wise. You will go far.
Comfort Mensah posted:
Joshua William Addo Otchere said:
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Seidu Adams Mwinlanaa said:
Patience Barnor commented:
Congratulations, Solo. May God keep you and take you places.
Georgina Lamptey stated:
Thanks to God. With tears of joy, I say congratulations.
Kyei-Mensah Witty reacted:
A heart full of gratitude. May the good Lord bless you and keep you.
Nana Odee said:
God bless you.
Nana Kwame commented:
Congratulations, Rev. God, will strengthen you on this new path.
Monica Offei stated:
Congratulations! We are proud of you.
Augusta Quartey said:
Congratulations, Solomon Quartey.
Obaapasikapa Asare posted:
Bride visited father’s grave on wedding day
Meanwhile, THETALK.NG earlier reported that a Nigerian who missed having her dad around visited his grave in a wedding gown to tell him how much he was missed.
The lady (@detaiyelolu) knelt on his grave with her husband holding her hand as she placed flowers as a tribute to the father.