BECE: Ghanaian Lady Delights As Orphan Under Her Care Gains Admission To Kumasi Girls' SHS

BECE: Ghanaian Lady Delights As Orphan Under Her Care Gains Admission To Kumasi Girls' SHS

  • A Ghanaian lady has expressed delight after a JHS graduate under her care gained admission to Kumasi Girls' SHS
  • The lady wished the late parents of the girl were alive to celebrate this achievement with their daughter
  • Many people who saw the post have commended the young lady for opting to take care of the orphaned girl and her siblings

A Ghanaian lady has earned the respect of many after she used her lived experience to talk about the relevance of helping others.

Wendy Boatemaa Ofori, a nurse by profession in a Facebook post revealed that one of four orphaned siblings she took under her care in 2022 had gained admission to Kumasi Girls' Senior High School after she excelled in the BECE.

Photo of Ghanaian lady and students of KUGISS
Ghanaian lady happy as orphans girls under her care get KUGISS Photo credit: @_kugiss_/Instagram @Wendy Boatemaa Ofori/Facebook
Source: UGC

She opened up on how she determined to support the young siblings even if it meant using part of her salary to cater for them.

Read also

BECE 2023: Educationist appeals to GES to reconsider reporting date for SHS form one students

"Their mother died 9 years and their dad about 2-3 years. Both parents were under 40 years. I give them a part of my salary every month and tho not enough, it sustains them a bit,"

The young lady expressed sadness that the parents of the intelligent girl were not alive to celebrate the achievement with their daughter.

"How I wish her parents were around to see how proud she made them tho they had to move to the village after their demise. Tomorrow, she will go for her prospectus. May we not bury our children and May they not bury us in their youth!" her post read.

Her touching post had raked in over 1000 likes and 100 comments at the time of writing the report.

Read also

Career day: Ghanaian student dresses like a farmer to school, unhappy teacher questions him

Introduce a user-friendly online platform

An educationist, Mr Daniel Fenyi in an interview with,gh admonished the Ghana Education Service to create a user-friendly online platform for students seeking to do self-placement.

He also called for more heightened public education on how school placements are done.

"Raise awareness among students and parents about the fair and unbiased school placement process, ensuring they understand the criteria and procedures involved.
Involve the public in discussions about the school placement process, seeking feedback and suggestions to improve the system's fairness and effectiveness," he added.

Ghanaians commend Wendy Boatemaa Ofori

Social media users who reacted to the post commended Wendy Boatemaa Ofori for coming to the aid of the orphaned siblings and ensuring that the JHS graduate continues with her education.

Nana A Croffie stated:

Divine protection and favor will not depart from you and your family in Jesus name! You are a walking blessing

Read also

BECE: Ghanaian mother celebrates as daughter gains admission to Wesley Girls, peeps commend her

Felicia Abena Boakye commented:

Wendy Boatemaa Ofori please I don't have much but I also want to be a blessing in their lives. I will send my widow's mite

Sandra Obour Antwiwa indicated:

May your cup never run dry because of this and many other things you do for humanity.

Lil Win celebrates as boy from school gets Prempeh College

Earlier reported that Lil Win was overcome with joy as he announced that students of his school passed the BECE.

He shared the placement slip of one of his students who got aggregate seven in the BECE.

The boy has gained admission to study at Prempeh College.

New feature: Сheck out news that is picked for YOU ➡️ click on “Recommended for you” and enjoy!


Online view pixel