- A brilliant Ghanaian teenager who obtained eight As in the 2022 WASSCE needs help to further her education
- Baragbor Cynthia Makafui Abla studied Science at the Keta Senior High School and wants to pursue Medicine at the university
- In an interview with YEN.com.gh, the 18-year-old's brother disclosed that they've bought forms for KNUST and Legon
Baragbor Cynthia Makafui Abla, a brilliant Ghanaian lady who obtained eight As in the 2022 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), needs help.
The 18-year-old desires a career in the medical field but may have to put her dream on hold due to financial constraints.
What Baragbor Cynthia Makafui Abla studied in senior high school
The native of Duta in the Volta Region of Ghana studied Science and bagged As in Social Studies, Core Mathematics, Integrated Science, Elective Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and English Language.
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Appealing for help for Baragbor Cynthia Makafui Abla
According to Sylvia Esi Awuye on Facebook, Abla has purchased forms from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and the University of Ghana, Legon, to further her education but is also seeking help to study abroad.
''It's her dream to become a Medical doctor. To support or enquire more get in touch with her Elder brother Atisu Jerome Christopher at 0249224509/0244672353 or her teacher Foga Nukunu,'' portions of the post read.
Speaking to YEN.com.gh in a telephone conversation, Abla's brother, Atisu Jerome Christopher, confirmed that she attended Keta Senior High School.
''She completed the school with eight As in WASSCE. We've bought forms for KNUST and Legon. I've also started the process for her school abroad,'' he told YEN.com.gh.
He said they were able to afford her forms but need help to finance her education. ''It's more about money. We need a scholarship for her''.
Scores of netizens took to the comment section of Sylvia Esi Awuye's post to react after it surfaced. YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
How netizens reacted on social media
Martin Selali Dogbey commented:
She is brilliant, but Sylvia you can't say that she is from Duta, you must qualify Duta with Aflao for those who are not indigenes of the area to buy into your story.
Gilbert Korbla Keklie posted:
Please, drop the admission letter as soon as it's available. Congratulations!
Francis Edem Kudzeanyi reacted:
Wow wow wow. Congratulations to her.
Schalom Bernadette said:
Congrats girl...✌️✌️✌️JJ our baby girl is the best
Chester Kanu commented:
Congratulations to her. She made us proud.
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Cynthia Makafui Baragbor has etched her name into the history books of Keta Senior High as one of the bright students to have got straight As in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
The 18-year-old who sat for the 2022 WASSCE and passed with ease also represented Keta Senior High School at this year’s National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ) competition even though she was an unused contestant.
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