UG student gets supported through school; shares story in new video

UG student gets supported through school; shares story in new video

- A university graduate from UG has come out to reveal the man 'behind the scenes' to his success

- Roland Delali Gbesorbgor was noticed by the MD of MultiTV who realized Delali was hardworking and from a humble background

- A video account of the story has been shared on social media

Our Manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in

A young man by name Roland Delali Gbesorbgor has graduated from the University of Ghana (UG) with the support of the MD of MultiTV.

Delali was supported to study Information Studies and Political Science at UG.

An account of the heartwarming incident was cited by YEN.com.gh in a video that is fast spreading on social media.

READ ALSO: Primary kids visit injured classmate in the hospital; heartwarming photo pops up

Many stories fly around about how young people refuse to show appreciation when they attain great feats, for help that was offered to them.

In the video, Delali has shown the direct opposite as he was full of appreciation for the kind MD by name Santokh Singh who went all out to finance his education.

Reports indicate that the two men met back in 2015 when they worked closely on a media project.

READ ALSO: Lady reveals why she loves to 'get down with' her best friend's boyfriend

According to Santokh, Delali was very dedicated and hardworking which caught his attention.

They got to exchange a few words and it became clear that Delali was from a humble background and needed to be supported through his education.

The benevolent Santokh took it upon himself to be the solution to Delali's academic challenge.

See the video in which the two men shared the emotional story below:

READ ALSO: Pretty Legon graduate loses dad weeks to graduation; takes him along on 'D-Day' (photo)

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that The University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) has conquered other schools in a fierce battle to win the Newsroom Contest for 2019.

In the finals, the UPSA contestants had to battle a very strong Wisconsin International University College side to lift the highly-coveted trophy.

Hurray! YEN.com.gh has won the ‘Online News Portal of the Year” award at NCA awards 2019. Click here to view the beautiful photos.

Ghana News Today: Ex-trotro driver becomes one of Legon's best graduating students | #Yencomgh

Subscribe to watch new videos

Have national and human interest issues to discuss?

Get interactive via our Facebook page.

Source: Yen

Mailfire view pixel