- A 25-year-old graduate of the University of Ghana Medical School is also the founder of a thriving church called Fruitful Hill Church
- Dr Mathias Edor is also an author of seven books that he wrote whilst studying Medicine
- Interestingly, he comes from a humble beginning and was able to attend high school and university with the help of a scholarship
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Mathias Edor, a 25-year-old Ghanaian doctor is an author of seven books and the founder of a thriving church called the Fruitful Hill Church at Legon.
According to a report by edwardasare.com, Dr Edor comes from a humble background at Torve in the Volta Region and is the fifth out of seven children born to his parents.
The brilliant young man graduated from Torve R/C Basic School in 2010 after which he then proceeded to Accra Academy to study General Science.
His love for God, academics, and excellence kept escalating as the years went by and he was able to apply for and win the TEST for Ghana Scholarship which saw him through university education.
After graduating high school with flying colours, the brilliant and diligent young man was enrolled in the University of Ghana Medical School to further his education.
Whilst there, he started the Mathias Edor Ministries that the Fruitful Hill Church is a part of, authored his many books, and studied Bible/General Studies at the Ghana Missions and Bible Courses in the Eastern Region.
Speaking to YEN.com.gh, the young achiever explained what keeps him so passionate in the words:
"I believe it has all been because of the love of God. I became sold out for Him when I was in high school and it has led to all of these accomplishments. Also, I try as much as possible to maintain my focus by getting rid of any distractions on my way".
In another powerful story, Francis-Xavier Sosu, the Member of Parliament for Madina Constituency has warmed many hearts online after sharing a humbling footage of himself with his mother on Mothers' Day.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal handle, the lawyer was seen running errands for his mother as though he was a little boy tasked to cook with her.
Explaining why he found no trouble performing the gesture, the MP said power is not going to change who he is and cooking with his mother is one of the activities he loves very much.
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