Philipa Baafi, a well known Ghanaian gospel artist prestigious for her hit tune ‘go-high’ has shown that she is going to graduate as a medical doctor from an institution. A report cited by YEN.com.gh on adomonline.com shows that Philipa made the groundbreaking revelation in a radio interview.
The famous musician has been off the scenes for some years now, it has been supposed by many that marriage and labor made her stop the music.
However, Philipa calls all the hearsay complete fallacy and indicated that she has been enrolled in medical school which is why her music career was halted.
In her own words, “It is not true that marriage and childbirth made me leave the music scene. I went back to school to continue my ambition to become a medical doctor”.
In her own words, “It is not true that marriage and childbirth made me leave the music scene. I went back to school to continue my ambition to become a medical doctor”. The Ghanaian artist likewise includes that turning into a medical doctor was her childhood dream that she picked never to abandon.
As indicated by her, being a medical doctor was a long-lasting aspiration since childhood, subsequently her goal to go for what her heart wanted. The ‘Go High’ hitmaker focused on that as a feature of her enthusiasm drive has a foundation that helps to supply free medicine to the sick, needy, and poor in society. Philipa didn’t unveil the school she is in or the year she is set to graduate.