- 2 Ghanaian CEOs under 30 founded EduCom.World to help needy but deserving students to access university education
- This time, 198 applications have been received all across the country and 4 were selected for the full scholarship
- Each of the 4 beneficiaries has received full tuition and residence fees and they were also presented with laptops
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Lawrence Fianko, a Ghanaian business owner in his 20s is, with support from his colleague, sponsoring four brilliant but needy students through university.
According to myjoyonline.com, the duo set up EduCom.World to help deserving students, especially in rural areas, pursue their college education.
It is reported that this time, EduCom got a whopping 198 applications out of which four were selected for full tuition and residence fees and were also presented with a laptop each.
The list includes Fatimah Basiru of the University for Development Studies, Michael Naab from the University for Development Studies, Richard Owusu Asare of the University of Cape Coast, and Christabel Konadu Osei from the University of Ghana.
Michael, one of the beneficiaries who has been admitted to UCC revealed that his father who was a cocoa farmer and the breadwinner passed on and his dreams of becoming a medical doctor were dimmed until now.
“I lost all hopes to move towards my aspirations, but for the timely intervening of EduCom," the medical student stated.
In another powerful YEN.com.gh report, multiple American award-winning singer, songwriter, and producer, Stevie Wonder, has announced his big decision to relocate to Ghana permanently.
As myjoyonline.com reports, the Los Angeles resident made this announcement during an interview with Oprah Winfrey on her show “The Oprah Conversation” on Apple TV+.
Steve Wonder indicated that his love for Ghana grew from his many visits in the past and how loving the country and its natives proved themselves to be.
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