YEN.com.gh is in possession of photos of a 6-year-old Kindergarten Two student, Adabla Edudzi, who climbed Afadjato.
Edudzi achieved the feat when she joined her teachers and her mates on an excursion by her school, the Wuxor D/A Basic School.
The school organizes educational tours at the end of every academic year as part of the extra-curricular activities for the pupils and students.
The places visited this year included the Wli Waterfalls and the Tafia Tome Monkey Sanctuary.
Upon reaching the top of the mountain, she was met with a thunderous applause from onlookers.
Afadjato is the highest mountain in Ghana, at an elevation of 885 metres (2904 ft).
A lot of pupils and even some of their teachers who tried to climb the mountain gave up midway into the hike but young Adabla with perseverance and determination was able to get to the top.
At some points, however, she relied on the assistance of her teacher, Ahedor Oscar, to support her achieve her dream.
Beaming with smiles after the hectic expedition, Edudzi disclosed that she was excited to be part of the experience.
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