Rebecca Essuman: Agogo State Graduate who obtained 8As in WASSCE Receives Scholarship to Study Nursing

Rebecca Essuman: Agogo State Graduate who obtained 8As in WASSCE Receives Scholarship to Study Nursing

  • A hardworking daughter of a driver has been awarded a scholarship to study at the University of Ghana
  • The young lady obtained 8As in WASSCE
  • Rebecca Essuman will be pursuing a degree in nursing at the University of Ghana, Legon, after which she intends to read Medicine
  • She is a product of an Anglican basic school in Agogo State

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A brilliant young lady, Rebecca Essuman, has been awarded a Getfund Scholarship after obtaining a good 8As in the West African Certificate Examination last year 2020.

This scholarship comes after one Kofi Ofosu Nkansah shared a post on Facebook on November 26, 2020, about Rebecca being the daughter of a driver and performing excellently in the WASSCE, having passed through the free SHS system.

Rebecca Essuman: Agogo State Graduate who obtained 8As in WASSCE has been awarded Scholarship to Study Nursing
Rebecca Essuman, State Graduate who obtained 8As in WASSCE Source: UGC
Source: Facebook

The gentleman took to social media again on July 30, 2021, to announce that Rebecca will be pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Nursing from the University of Ghana, Legon.

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According to the post, young Rebecca wishes to read human biology after her nursing degree.

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YEN.com.gh has recently reported that a fifth-grade teacher known as Joshua Martin has graciously offered scholarships to high school students he does not know with his very own money.

YEN.com.gh sighted the video on Good morning America's Youtube channel.

The reason behind the act

When asked "why?" during the interview, this benevolent young man narrated that he wanted to make a change and also give students the financial support they needed to go to school.

How the scholarships were awarded

An essay writing competition on the title, "Being a black man in America" was organised for black students to partake in and the best entries were selected.

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The total number of students who were awarded the scholarships were not disclosed.

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