- Solace Ojotule, a driven young lady opened up about her journey to winning a Mastercard Foundation Scholarship award to study at the University of Edinburgh and got many talking
- After getting rejected by seven different scholarships boards, she finally got her double 'yes' which was in the form of 2 fully-funded scholarships
- Her determination got many Ghanaians applauding her and tapping into her blessings
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A recent publication by YEN.com.gh reported that an overjoyed young woman by the name of Solace Ojotule took to social media to share that she finally landed two fully-funded scholarships to study abroad after applying seven times and getting painfully getting rejected.
According to the report, Solace never gave up searching for funding regardless of the many 'nos' she encountered.
As she persevered on, she successfully received two different fully-funded scholarship awards to study abroad and now she was faced with the decision to choose one.
I was asked by family to go for reposting after being sent to a village but I didn't; it was my dream - GH lady
Many who saw the young woman's success story on YEN.com.gh's Facebook page had a lot of heartwarming things to share.
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At the time of this publication, the post has gathered close to 20,000 reactions with more than 420 comments and close to 200 shares.
A few of the comments have been highlighted below;
Judy Smith commented:
Determination and perseverance will always win through. I am sure this young lady will be successful in her life and GOOD LUCK to her
Gloria A Franchi replied:
God bless her with peace, health, and success in all the god things she tries to do.
Mosey Darlington commented:
How lucky pple are, or it's only these daughters of jezebel. I keep seeking someone who can push me to a higher level due to lack of fees but in vain. All in all, let the blessed be
I applied for a teaching job but got appointed as Head of Academics instead - GH lady shares &gets many reacting
From Nana Serwaa:
“God of Time and Seasons”. He makes all things beautiful in His own time. All we need is to remain faithful, obedience, prayer and trust the process
Uni Que wrote:
The same way I keep applying for fully funded scholarship abroad. May God help me too to achieve my aim
Enoch Boafo Amponsah: KNUST Graduate Becomes the Second Ghanaian to Receive Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Scholarship
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a vibrant young man recently took to social media to express his joy and excitement after bagging a prestigious scholarship to study at a top UK university.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on LinkedIn had Enoch Boafo Amponsah sharing that he was awarded a Weiden-Hoffman Scholarship to study at the University of Oxford in the UK.
Enoch revealed that he was the only Ghanaian selected among 35 scholars from 25 countries for the scholarship. He will be pursuing a Masters in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation.
The delighted young man also shares he is the second-ever Ghanaian to have received the Weiden-Hoffman Scholarship award.
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