- A brilliant young lady, Tracey Lartey, who graduated from Krobo Girls' SHS in 2019, has been unable to further her education
- Tracey got 4As and 4Bs, but after finishing SHS, her father was involved in an accident that drained the family financially
- She pleads on all kindhearted people to help her fund the dream of becoming a medical doctor
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Tracey Lartey, a science student who graduated from the Krobo Girls Senior High School in the year 2019 still remains home due to lack of funds to further her studies at the university.
Narrating her story in a letter addressed to popular Facebook icon, Kwame Ob Nartey, Tracey indicated that not long after she finished high school, her father suffered an accident that drained all his money.
In her own words
"My dad, who is my only financial support and the sole breadwinner of my family, was involved in a car accident, which led to the amputation of his leg. This caused a huge financial constraint on my family," Tracey recounts.
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Tracey, who got 4As and 3Bs, which is a brilliant grade, mentioned that her dream is to become a medical doctor, but this has been on hold for a while now due to the situation she finds herself in.
Anyone with the heart to help is entreated to do so via the numbers 0243153125 and 0595734449.
"l am a very hardworking student and now more than ever, very determined to put in every bit of effort to become a medical doctor. I would forever be in your debt if you would put my humble request into consideration. Thank you".
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As YEN.com.gh also reported, Thomas Amoani, a young boy who hails from the Akim district of the Eastern Region of Ghana has made the country proud by attaining a perfect score in his mid-semester examinations.
According to a narration by Odame Agyare, the gentleman who first interviewed the teenager for his story to go viral and has been following up on him, Thomas was the only student in the entire Brunel University to get 100% in the course Foundation Mathematics for Economics and Finance.
A screenshot of the result was also shared as evidence in the video that YEN.com.gh sighted.