There is s saying which states that the best property you can leave for your child is education.
Education is good but expensive especially if you want to further it to tertiary.
Due to how expensive education is in Ghana, not many have realized their dreams as they gave up after completing Senior High School.
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But for those who wants to realize their dreams they go beyond their boundaries to fund their education.
One person is a certain lady called Elizabeth, a distance education student at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) who sells dried fish.
YEN.com.gh sighted a video of Elizabeth via award-winning TV personality Nana Aba Anamoah’s Instagram page.
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In the video, Elizabeth reveals that she sells dried fish, pepper, etc to fund her education.
The story of Elizabeth will be a source of motivation to the young ladies out there who are coming from poor homes.
Nana Aba Anamoah’s video drew lots of reactions from her followers as they extended their compliments to her and Elizabeth.
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@dylanhairnbeautyparlour wrote, “Nana you are the best.”
@great8604 commented, “Another lady somewhere will be using her payment of fees as a reason for sleeping with a married man.Life is about choices.Choose well.”
@nhaaobhoshie also commented, “Awwww...God bless the works of her hands. Thanks for sharing Nana.”
@fresh_marketgh wrote, "I get more motivated when i see you commented, “@thenanaabaencouraging the youth who are working hard trying to make a future. God bless you for the good work.”
@wear_to_work_intimamted, “God bless our hustle.”
In other news:
Young Ghanaian photographer, Erny Grapher, has revealed how he rescued two ladies from drowning.
According to him, while saving the lives of the two ladies he lost his camera in the process.
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