Celebrating a proud moment with a big party

Graduate Emmanuel Nyanfor flanked by his parents
Photo: Genesis Pictures

On Friday June 14, Emmanuel Nyanfor took a giant step in his academic sojourn.

The youngster successfully completed high school and graduated during a pomp ceremony held in the Swedish city of Linköping.

Surrounded by his parents Clarence Smith and Lovety Bright, other family members and well-wishers, Emmanuel exuded the joy that represents such a momentous occasion.

He spoke about his happiness at taking this major step and the phenomenal support he got from his family.
Emmanuel noted that he felt very special on the day, remarking in glee that ” I have done it.” He gave thanks to his parents and family for supporting him ‘from start to finish.’
Similarly joyful was his father Clarence Smith, who thanked God for his son; noting that Emmanuel had brought pride to the family and that they were very proud of him because he did a very hard work.

He asked God to bless, protect and keep his son strong. 
Emmanuel’s mom Lovety Bright was also exceedingly glad, adding that with God all things are possible and that everything was a success.
To celebrate this achievement, his parents are throwing a huge party for him this Saturday in Linköping and the gig is expected to draw scores of family members, friends, members of the Liberian community in Sweden and other well-wishers from Sweden and other European countries.
The party, which will be held at Barhällsgata 13, begins at 17:00 with a march on the red carpet and this will be followed by a time of music, dancing, delicious food and drinks.