2023 WASSCE: Intelligent NSMQ Contestant Who Got 6As Needs GH¢14k Or Forfeit University Admission

2023 WASSCE: Intelligent NSMQ Contestant Who Got 6As Needs GH¢14k Or Forfeit University Admission

  • Dickson Adzamli, a high-achieving student from Ashaiman Senior High School, scored 6As and 2Bs in the 2023 WASSCE and gained admission to study medical science at UHAS
  • Despite his academic success, financial constraints may force him to forfeit his education, as he needs GH¢14,686.54 for admission and hall fees
  • A plea for assistance on social media by @Ritchie_Mensah highlights Dickson's predicament, urging benevolent individuals or institutions to help

Dickson Adzamli attended Ashaiman Senior High School and scored 6As and 2Bs in the 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

He applied to study medical science at the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) and has gained admission.

However, Dickson, one of the contestants for Ashaiman SHS during the 2023 National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ), may have to forfeit his education due to financial constraints.

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Intelligent NSMQ Student Who Got 6As Needs GH¢14k Or Forfeit University Admission
A collage of Dickson Adzamli and his 2023 WASSCE results Photo credit: @Ritchie_Mensah Source: Twitter
Source: Twitter

In a post on X, formerly Twitter, @Ritchie_Mensah said Dickson would be grateful if a benevolent person or institution could help him pay his fees.

He needs a total of GH¢14,686.54, including his admission and hall fees. The deadline for payment is January 10, 2024.

Former Student Of Notre Dame About To Lose KNUST Admission

Meanwhile, Fortunate Ayaaba Abugba, an old Notre Dame Seminary Senior High School student who scored 7As and 1B in the WASSCE, may forfeit his KNUST admission because he does not have the money to pay for the fees.

The intelligent boy gained admission to KNUST to study a four-year programme in chemical engineering. The deadline for payment of admission fees was Friday, January 5, 2023.

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Two Siblings Who Performed Well In WASSCE Need Financial Help To Further Education

In a related development, Simon Kweitsu Tetteh and Edmund Kofi Tetteh, brilliant brothers who excelled in separate years of WASSCE, face financial constraints hindering their educational pursuits.

Despite Simon's outstanding performance in 2021 (four As, three Bs, one C) and Edmund's remarkable 2023 WASSCE results (eight As), their dreams are at risk due to limited funds.

Their hardworking parents, a mechanic and a seamstress, earnestly seek assistance to ensure their children's education.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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