- An intelligent but needy student has received cash to pay his admission fee to the University of Ghana
- Ayawili Francis got admission to study at the university but couldn't afford to settle the fee
- Crime Check Foundation has funded the teenager's admission fee to enable him begin studies
While the 2019 WASSCE results have seen some brilliant students excel with remarkable grades with some scoring all As in eight subjects, the number of students who cannot afford to pay their admission fee also appears to be high.
One of such students is Ayawili Francis who got admission into the University of Ghana but couldn't afford to pay.
As students are to pay their fees before the deadline, Francis has received held from a notable foundation in Ghana which has undertaken the benevolent act of funding the teenager’s admission fee.
Crime Check Foundation took to its social media platform to thank donors for their support.
''Many thanks to God for using us to help yet another brilliant but needy student, Ayawili Francis Yaw to pay his admission fee at the university of Ghana. [Please] help us sustain the CCF Educational Support Fund by contributing a little to it,'' the post of Facebook said.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that Awunyo Israel, a young Ghanaian teenager who has gained admission into the University of Ghana to study Dental Surgery has appealed to popular Ghanaian journalists for assistance to pay his admission fees.
While it is not too clear whether or not he’s seeking for scholarship, Awunyo Israel, took to Twitter with a new account to solicit help from Citi FM radio and TV show hosts, Bernard Avle and Kojo Akoto Boateng, to enable him pay his fees.
Awunyo Israel, who has completed senior high school shared photos of his certificate along with a caption appealing to other people to assist him.
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