- Isaac Osae, a brilliant half-orphan who graduated from SHS in 2019 has been unable to go to school for lack of funds to further his education
- The 21-year-old graduated with aggregate 8 with 5A's when he wrote his WASSCE but now works as a mobile money vendor
- It is indicated that Isaac could not have even written his WASSCE exams but for the intervention of some of his teachers contributed to pay for his registration
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A 21-year-old senior high school graduate Osae Isaac from Okurase, a farming community in Upper West Akyem municipality of the Eastern Region is now a mobile money vendor for lack of money to further his education.
According to Starrfm.com.gh, the young boy who's father passed and only lives with his poor mother scored aggregate eight after finishing West Africa Secondary Schools Examination(WASSCE) in 2019.
A photo sighted by YEN.com.gh of the young boy's remarkable achievements shows that he had A1 in Government, Geography, Economics, Social Studies, and Christian Religion Studies, and scored B3 in English Language, B2 in Mathematics and Integrated Science.
Currently, the 21-year-old whose mother only supports the family with meagre returns from farming works as a money vendor in Kokomlemle-Accra.
Reports indicate that Osae Isaac was among the first batch of Students admitted into Nyanoa Kwaobaa Community Day SHS commissioned by Former President John Mahama in 2016.
It is also indicated that Isaac revealed his ambitions in an interview, declaring that his utmost dream is to pursue Law so as to be able to fight for the poor in society.
Isaac's financial predicament was highlighted even more when it got revealed that teachers in the school contributed money to enable him to register during the WASSCE due to the mother inability to raise Ghc350 for the registration exercise.
In other news regarding the underprivileged in society, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Stacy Amoateng, the popular TV show host of Restoration has offered to pay the entire tuition expenses of a young random boy she sighted at the roadside hawking snails.
YEN.com.gh sighted a video report of the profound gesture on the official Instagram handle of Stacy Amoateng as she shared it with her numerous followers.
It is indicated that the young boy was seen selling the snails on the Kumasi-Accra highway, which was a sighted the TV show host and she could not turn a blind eye to it.
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