In a recent post on Twitter, a fine gentleman has revealed how his biological father scammed him of an amount after he told him a lie to collect money from him.
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Twitter user, Nungua Burnaboy, revealed through his handle that his father called to complain that the roof on their house was carried away during heavy rains and had to pay for the repairs.
Nungua Burnaboy also disclosed that he had to send money to his father for repair works to begin.
However, he revealed that he noticed the old roofing was still there later when he visited and when he enquired, his father said, "When you were in school collecting money for medulla oblongata, we were aware."
He earlier wrote:
''My father called and complained that rain removed our roof. So I sent some money to fix the problem.I noticed that the old roofing was still intact when I got home.When I enquired with Daddy,he replied.When you were in school collecting money for medulla oblongata,we were aware'' @views09 said on Twitter.
In other stories, certainly, dreams do come alive and a determined graduate of the University of Ghana with first-class honours, Alice Xorlaly Amegah, has added another feat after she recently completed a master’s programme at Oxford University.
Prior to chalking another laudable milestone, Xorlaly, had been ''in a desperate situation just last year, as she sought to embark on a great academic journey'' to pursue her master’s in Comparative and International Education in the UK.
In spite of the major setback which threatened her resolve to bring her dreams to life, the young Ghanaian first-class graduate got creative with a solution.
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