- Two visually impaired siblings, David and his sister Esther, have received a cash amount of GHc12,000
- David wants to become a lawyer while Esther plans on becoming a successful entrepreneur
- The pair received the cash amount from a generous foundation to help them materialise their aspirations
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Two visually impaired siblings, David and his sister Esther, have received a cash amount of GHc12,000 from a foundation to pursue their education dreams.
Just like almost everyone, the pair have dreams and aspirations, but they’ve had to live with the reality that they are blind.
David wants to pursue a career in law while his sister, Esther, plans on becoming a self-made businesswoman. She wants to become a successful entrepreneur.
The two young siblings, through no fault of their own, have suffered rejection, neglect, marginalisation, and mistreatment by many.
In spite of their economically challenged backgrounds, life has finally smiled on them.
David and his sister received a whopping GHc12,000 from Crime Check Foundation (CCF) to assist them in their education and business aspirations.
Crime Check made the announcement in a post on Facebook:
CCF donates 12,000 cedis to blind brother and sister. David and Esther are blind and have been shunned by society. Today, David's dream of going to the university to read law has been realized because he can afford to pay his fees and cater for his other needs. His sister can also begin her small business after struggling for financial support over the years. Many thanks to our cherished donors for their support.
In another post, CCF noted: ‘‘They may be blind, but their sense of appreciation is bright. We were surprised to see David, Esther and their mum come to our office to thank us for supporting them. May God continue to bless this family.’’
YEN.com.gh recently reported about Ronald McCullough, a Black American graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology with distinction from Clark Atlanta University in Georgia in the United States at the age of 19.
The young teenager’s story gained traction because he completed university two years ahead of the expected years. Afrotrends.com reports that classmates of McCullough described him as a genius.
At the age of 16, McCullough had graduated early from high school and started university to pursue a degree programme.
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