- Akrobeto has hosted Elizabeth Yamoah, a 57-year-old woman recently completed JHS on his Real News show on UTV
- Yamoah was featured as a guest news presenter on the shown on Friday, September 25, 2020
- In a hilarious video, Akrobeto is seen correcting the English of Yamoah
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Comic actor, Akrobeto, known in real life as Akwasi Boadi, has featured Elizabeth Yamoah, the 57-year-old woman recently completed Junior High School (JHS) on his Real News show.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Akrobeto is seen dressed in the usual suit and tie for the show while Yamoah is in her JHS school uniform.
Wearing a pair of glasses, Yamoah set out to read one of the news items for the day which was about the Electoral Commission's filing fees for the 2020 elections.
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Not long after starting the first sentence, Yamoah got to the point where she had to pronounce the word 'parliamentary'.
Yamoah's pronunciation did not go down well with Akrobeto who stepped in to correct the BECE graduate.
After Akrobeto made her say the word after him, Yamoah got it and pointed out that she was finding it difficult to pronounce it because she has lost some of her teeth.
Akrobeto told Yamoah not to worry and asked her to continue with the reading.
When she finished reading, Akrobeto asked Yamoah if she could explain what she had read but she "I can't please."
Yamoah completed JHS as part of the 2020 batch who wrote their final Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) paper on September 18, 2020.
Yamoah who attended school Agona Odoben Presby JHS was spotted having fun with some of her classmates after their exams.
Following the photos which went viral on the internet, Yamoah has become a social media sensation as her tenacity and resolve to go to school even at her age impressed Ghanaians.
Since that time, she has become a media darling featuring in many radio and television interviews.
In one of the many interviews monitored by YEN.com.gh, Yamoah, a mother of four children, disclosed that she wants to become a nurse in the future.
According to her, she was going to pass her exams with flying colours and take advantage of the government's Free SHS to further her education.
From there, she intends to enrol in a nurses training school and become a professional nurse after graduation
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