A young Sierra Leonean female journalist, Hajah Bah has taken on her social media platforms to celebrate success after bagging a master’s degree in Journalism from one of the top Journalism schools in Southern California in May this year. The brilliant young Sierra Leonean journalist now working as a news reporter at the abc27 took to her social media to celebrate success, thanking her family members and professors.
In a post she made on Facebook, she noted that this achievement is breaking down more generational barriers than her younger self would have never imagined. “Here’s to breaking down more generational barriers that my younger self would have never imagined,” she noted.
Read her full post below
Tomorrow, I will be earning my M.S. Journalism degree from one of the top Journalism schools in the country at USC Annenberg. God is so great.
My ancestors WILDEST DREAMS…SHE MASTERED IT!!!Here’s to breaking down more generational barriers that my younger self would have never imagined.Tomorrow, I will earning my M.S. Journalism degree from one of the top Journalism schools in the country at USC Annenberg. I’m so THANKFUL for everyone I met at USC that allowed me to reach my fullest potential,my distinguished Annenberg professors for shaping me into a MUCH BETTER storyteller, my inspiring cohort, and to all my family and friends who supported me unconditionally when I needed it most.In just under a year, I have accomplished and grown so much. Trusting God throughout this journey has been a reoccurring habit I never lost sight of. Instead of questioning God, I realized that this is the exact pathway he wanted me to take. The University of Southern California will forever hold a special place in my heart.Little Hajah is crying tears of joy.Fight On forever