- Ghana's Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has offered to sponsor a 15-year-old brilliant girl named Shahadu Elham through university
- The young girl got admission at the University for Development Studies but was unable afford to go as she's from a humble background
- Shahadu is an alumnus of Ahmadiyya SHS where she studied General Science and graduated with flying colours
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Shahadu Elham, a brilliant 15-year-old girl from a humble background got admission to study Medicine at the University for Professional Studies.
Photos of Shahadu's particulars making rounds on social media confirm that she graduated from the Ahmadiyya Senior High School where she studied General Science and got 4A1's, 3B2's and 1B3.
After bagging the brilliant grades, Shahadu could not afford to continue her education despite getting admitted to study Medicine because her father is unemployed and her mother only sells sachet water to make ends meet.
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For a few days now, many social media users who heard of Shahadu's exciting but sad story decided to share her plight until it reached any benevolent donor.
Not long ago, it has been indicated that Ghana's Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia offered to pay for all expenses for Shahadu until she completes her education.
At only 15 years old, the brilliant young girl is set to begin a career journey that is thought to be highly prestigious and lucrative.
In another exciting report, an amazing young man identified on Twitter with the handle @Obi_Dadi has revealed that his six-year-old son has, at his age, had cancer two different times.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal handle, the proud father indicated that all of this happened amid the novel coronavirus pandemic that plagued the world since 2020.
To make the birthday celebration grand, @Obi_Dadi gifted a PS5 to his son for fighting the deadly disease and successfully overcoming it.
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