- An alumnus of Presec, Legon who got 7As after writing his WASSCE exams appeals for financial support to complete his tertiary education
- The 18-year-old boy named Edward Elorm Gbanaglo lost both parents after which he got admission to study Medicine at UHAS in Ho
- His admission fees were paid by his late mother's friends but he fears being unable to continue his studies if he doesn't get extra aid
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Edward Elorm Gbanaglo, a smart gentleman who completed Presbyterian Boys’ Senior High School (PRESEC) with seven A1s in his WASSCE has found himself in a difficult position.
According to a report by Graphic.com.gh, Edward lost both parents after which he got admission to study Medicine at the University of Health and Allied Sciences in Ho, Volta Region.
Going to the university appeared really difficult but Edward managed to pay his admission fees with the help of his late mother’s benevolent friends.
However, the help is unable to keep coming in and his prospects of being able to finish his education are beginning to look dim because of the financial difficulty.
“My mother died in 2010 and my father died in 2019, while I was in PRESEC and I do not want any child to go through such trauma,” he said when asked about the motive behind his dream to become a doctor.
“I need support while In the university so that when I am able to complete the medical school, I will also be able to impact on society in the health sector,” he further added.
Also, YEN.com.gh reported that a lady from Akomadan in the Ashanti Region of Ghana has built a large compound house for herself right from scratch without the help of masons and carpenters.
In a video that was seen by YEN.com.gh on the Facebook handle of Ghanafuo.com, the woman was seen single-handedly making finishing touches on a new extension she made to the house.
The footage also showed the full length of the house that was made by the woman and it looked well planned and organized for a single builder.
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