Poor Ghanaian science student with 6As receives help to study medicine at UDS

Poor Ghanaian science student with 6As receives help to study medicine at UDS

- A Ghanaian science student has received help to pursue tertiary education

- Pelpuo Abdul Razak got admission to study medicine at the University of Development Studies but nearly missed the deadline to pay his admission fees

- Crime Check Foundation has paid the intelligent teenager's admission fee to enable him begin school as planned

From a very deprived family, a young brilliant Ghanaian boy had to struggle to complete high school and despite having obtained remarkable grades, Abdul Razak, nearly missed an opportunity to pursue tertiary education.

The young intelligent student received admission to study medicine at the University of Development Studies (UDS) but nearly missed the opportunity because his parents couldn’t afford to pay his admission fee before the deadline.

Despite having obtained 6As in Elective and Core Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, Social Studies and Integrated Science, Pelpuo Abdul Rasak, was compelled to dim any hopes of pursuing advanced education and live his childhood dream of studying medicine.

As time went by, the young teenager and his family became desperate for help to ensure that Abdul Razak makes payment to meet the deadline.

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But fate would finally smile on Abdul Razak and light at the end of his struggles.

Crime Check Foundation, took on the benevolent gesture to fund the admission fee for the brilliant teenager to ensure that he assumes studies as planned.

While the amount was not disclosed, Pelpuo Abdul Razak will finally get to pursue his studies in medicine at the University of Development Studies (UDS).

Meanwhile, photos of Hollywood star Samuel L. Jackson have popped up online after The Year of Return took to its Facebook page to share photos of the American actor who is currently shooting a documentary, Sunken Slave Ship, in the country.

The world-acclaimed American film actor arrived in Ghana in August 2019 to participate in activities marking The Year of Return. Samuel Jackson, whose films have made the highest total gross revenue, according to sources, is currently shooting a documentary on slavery in the country.

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