- Academic details of a student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology has surfaced online
- The student, Samuel Agbenyegah, is in his second year and facing challenges with payment of fees as well as other bills
- Efforts are being made to raise funds to support him either through scholarship or through mobile money collection
YEN.com.gh is in possession of the results of Samuel Agbenyegah, a level 200 student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
Though the results show excellent academic performance, Samuel faces a possible sack from school because of fees owed.
He is a Doctor of Pharmacy student and was initially on a temporary scholarship provided by the university in following an announcement of his predicament on a radio station.
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KNUST, however, is unable to work out a permanent scholarship for him and his mother, who is a petty trader, is not in the position to fund his education.
Requests have been made to corporate institutions for sponsorship but nothing has been confirmed at the moment.
In a post sighted on Facebook, the academic user fee has been pegged at GHC1690 and charges for accommodation is about GHC1800.
Samuel is presently perching with a course mate as efforts are being made to solicit for funds for him.
Attempts are also being made to secure a scholarship with GETFund for him and the mobile money numbers 055 808 7266 and 0545260247 belonging to Della Russel and Samuel Agbenyegah respectively, have been released to solicit for donations from the public.
In other news, the founder and overseer of the Prophetic Latter Glory Ministries International, Rev. Lucy Natasha, has opened up on the reason behind her use of a private jet.
She explained that God’s kingdom urgently needs money and speed in order to reach the current generation.
For that reason, she went on, Jesus would have purchased a private jet for himself if he was on earth at the moment.
Rev. Natasha, who is a Kenyan, told a local magazine that it is wrong to condemn a pastor who acquires a private jet.
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