- Cartun has indicated that he has tried several times to enter into Legon but to no avail
- He revealed in an interview that he has bought forms for the school yet he has not gained admission
- The actor who doubles as a musician went on to reveal the aggregate he got in his WASSCE
Ghanaian actor and musician, Cartun, has recounted one of his low moments in academics and has said he has tried entering the University of Ghana all to no avail.
Speaking in an interview with Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix, Cartun revealed that since 2015, he has been trying to get admission into Ghana's premier university but they keep turning him down.
Asked why this has been the case with him, the actor who also doubles as a musician said he was at a loss why he was being denied entry.
Speaking about his academic history, Cartun revealed that he sat for his West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) in 2015.
He however added that he was not allowed to sit for his Christian Religious Education (CRS) paper because of his hairstyle at the time.
Recounting that episode too, Cartun said it was borne out of some dislike that a certain teacher had for him because some students from a private school were allowed to sit for the paper with different hairstyles.
Forward to the 4th minute to hear what Cartun said
Cartun was very certain of the hatred the teacher had for him because he was made to sit for all his other papers with the same hairstyle so he did not know why the teacher was making the exception for that particular paper.
In another report, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian pastor, Abbeam Ampomah Danso of God’s Solution Centre, has put smiles on the face of one of his church members by gifting her an amount of money.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of celebritiesbuzz, the preacher was seen asking a lady to count the day's offertory.
After the money was counted, the woman revealed that the offertory amounted to GHC707.
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