Prince Akpah: Ghanaian man who Struggled to pay his Admission fee Finally Graduates After 9 Years

Prince Akpah: Ghanaian man who Struggled to pay his Admission fee Finally Graduates After 9 Years

  • A young man by the name of Prince Akpah has recently announced successfully completing university 9 years after struggling to pay his admission fee
  • A post by Edward Asare shared that Prince first gained admission to the university in 2013 but could not afford to attend
  • The young man made the decision to pursue his dream of owning a PR and ranking firm in 2015 after his second attempt to gain a tertiary education in 2014 was unsuccessful

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Prince Akpah, a driven Ghanaian man was not born with a silver spoon in his mouth and getting money just to pay for his university admission fee was a struggle.

The young man in a recent post on his LinkedIn timeline recounted that he completed secondary school nine years ago and could not afford to continue to tertiary.

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Ghanaian man graduates university afte 9 years
Prince posing for the camera and in his graduation gown Photo credit: Prince Akpah/LinkedIn
Source: UGC

According to Edward Asare, Prince first got admission in 2013 but missed the registration deadline due to lack of funds.

He tried again the next year and once again found himself at the same point the years before.

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Having had enough of the struggles and disappointments, Prince made the decision to pursue his dreams with or without a university education.

Through hard work and determination, the young man successfully established a PR and ranking firm in 2015 and has now been able to take himself through university after years of saving money from his business.

Prince Akpah has been able to acquire a bachelor's degree in Strategic Communication from the African University College of Communications.

In an interview with, Prince shared how it feels like to finally have a university degree;

"To me, it is less about the degree itself and more of the fact, yes, it took a while but through it all, I've been able to establish a business and gained my degree in addition, I got double blessings for my worries", he revealed."

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In a post sighted on his official Facebook page, Zionfelix Entertainment News, he shared that the young lady whose name was not disclosed gained admission to the University of Education, Winneba but had been struggling to pay her admission fee.

His post read; My sister here has been admitted to offer a four year program at the university of Winneba but the admission fee was her problem. Santa Zionfelix had to meet her around East Legon to give her the admission fees.


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