- A brilliant Ghanaian gentleman who got 6A1s and two B2s six years ago is still at home due to poverty
- It is reported that the young man gained admission to study Dental Surgery at KNUST but has been hindered because of his financial condition
- Edem Agbana, who shared the young man's disheartening story online, challenges social media users to help sponsor the gentleman
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A young man in Ghana whose name is not disclosed graduated from senior high school six years ago but has been at home since then.
According to a report made public by Edem Agbana on his personal Facebook handle, it is indicated that the gentleman got brilliant grades after his WASSCE specifically, 6As and two B2s
He subsequently gained admission to study Dental Surgery at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) but has been unable to go due to poverty.
See the post below:
In the post, it was made clear that the young man had been trying to get some financial sponsorships for his education for the past six years to no avail.
As the clock ticks his chances of making it in 2021 away, Edem Agbana is seeking urgent support from the general public to get the gentleman sent to the university.
According to Edem, anyone who comes forward with the will to assist will be redirected to the brilliant young man so they can contribute to him directly.
Meanwhile, in another captivating report, the Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, Andrew Gregory, has voted Adaklu in the Volta Region of Ghana as the cleanest town in the entire country.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his official Facebook handle, the iconic foreigner indicated that the town was absolutely spotted when he paid a visit.
By way of giving more detail, the high commissioner explained that there was no plastic pollution in sight and the town was extremely calm and peaceful.
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Source: Yen Ghana