'Aboboya' rider at UCC graduates as the overall best student in Law of Taxation

'Aboboya' rider at UCC graduates as the overall best student in Law of Taxation

- A gentleman from UCC named Kofi Adjei Fosu has graduated as the best the student in the faculty of Law after funding himself through 'aboboya' business

- Fosu graduated with a GPA of 3.4 out of 4.0 after he previously bagged a first degree at KNUST

- The graduate recounts borrowing money to pay for his admission which cost about GH₵8,549.00 after which he incurred more debt to purchase the tricycle to start the business

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Kofi Adjei Fosu, a gentleman from the University of Cape Coast (UCC) who funded himself through school with monies he made from riding a local tricycle named 'aboboya' has graduated with a GPA of 3.4 out of 4.0.

A news report sighted by YEN.com.gh on 3news.com confirms that with the 3.6 GPA, Fosu became the best graduating student of Law of Taxation from the Faculty of Law.

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For three years, the young man had to combine lectures with selling sachet water in the tricycle before and after attending lectures to support his expenses.

'Aboboya' rider at UCC graduates as best student in Law of Taxation

'Aboboya' rider at UCC graduates as best student in Law of Taxation Source: 3news.com
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According to Fosu, he gained admission into the Faculty of Law at UCC as one of sixty-three successful applicants in 2017 with his first degree from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

The graduate recounts borrowing money to pay for his admission which cost about GH₵8,549.00 after which he incurred more debt to purchase the tricycle for business.

Speaking on why he was so passionate about pursuing Law, Fosu's words were:

The reason I desire so much to become a lawyer is that my life experiences and interactions with students on campus and clients at the chambers make me believe law as a phenomenon can be used to engineer social change and to impact upon the lives of the vulnerable in the society.
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In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, Adelaide Bortier, a beautiful Ghanaian lady in her mid-20s has said that she misses seeing the sky and other elements of nature after losing her sight.

In an interview with TV3 Ghana sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of the organization, Adelaide indicated she had a dream of becoming a news anchor and a musician until meningitis took her sight.

Adelaide had simply felt unwell, gone into a coma and woken up having hallucinations after which she realized that her sight was gone.

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