Ashaiman boy unable to further education for years due to condition that requires GHC5,000

Ashaiman boy unable to further education for years due to condition that requires GHC5,000

- Nathaniel Quansah, a young man at Ashaiman in the Greater-Accra Region has reportedly been unable to further his education due to a medical condition requiring GHC 5,000 to remedy

- Photos sighted by reveal that one side of Nathaniel's cheek has been covered with a huge tumour

- Reports indicate that Nathaniel and his uncle spent all they had and now need public support to conduct the treatment required

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A young Ghanaian boy at Official Town in Ashaiman by name Nathaniel Quansah has reportedly been home for years after finishing high school because of a medical condition he has suffered.

Although the exact name of the medical ailment has not been disclosed, it is a bulging swell that has covered an entire side of Nathaniel's cheek.

In a report gathered by, the young man had successfully applied to and got admitted at a university but was unable to go mainly because of his condition.

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It is indicated that the treatment procedure Nathaniel Quansah is supposed to undergo to get rid of the tumour is a medical surgery that costs about GHC5,000.

Although the condition of Nathaniel's entire family and their financial capacities have not been disclosed, reports indicate that currently, the young chap has no one to fall on for help after spending all that he and his uncle had.

Attached to the news report were contacts through which the young man Nathaniel Quansah could be contacted and assisted as appropriate. They are said to be 0543611833 for more information and 0242364178 for donations.

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In other news, Deijha Gordon, a 28-year-old lady who came to Ghana in 2019 to mark the Year of Return has fully relocated to Ghana and started a food truck business called Deijha Vu’s Hut at Base Camp Initiatives located in East Legon. reports that the young woman grew up in the United States with negative notions regarding Africa and was uncertain how her experience in Ghana was going to be like when she planned to visit Ghana.

However, according to Gordon, her entire perception changed when she arrived at the airport as she immediately fell in love with the country.

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