- A recent secondary school graduate has taken to LinkedIn to ask for support to pursue tertiary education
- Douglas Adongo is a graduate of New Jabeng Senior High School in 2021 who successfully bagged 5As and 3Bs in WASSCE
- Many Ghanaians who saw his post suggested he apply to KNUST, where he can get financial aid as a needy but brilliant student
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Douglas Adongo, a brilliant Ghanaian student who graduated from New Jabeng Senior High School in 2021, has recently taken to social media to ask for financial support.
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His actual post read;
Kindly help me out, so I can continue my education..Thank You.
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Douglas' post has attracted over 70 reactions, with over 10 comments and 8 reposts since it surfaced.
Ghanaians react to Douglas' request for financial support for tertiary education
Daniel Adjei commented:
Apply to KNUST and reach out to me let’s take it from there. All the best in advance
Michael KWABENA Ampomah suggested:
Kindly apply to KNUST. There are a lot of opportunities available for students like you
Theophilus Yankyera, AMIMechE wrote:
You can apply to KNUST and apply for mastercard foundation scholarship
Charles Dzokoto commented:
Douglas Adongo take a look at this and reach out to the YAF GHANA TEAM
From Mary Aboagye:
Kindly give context on what kind of education you want. Thank you.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Joshua Nyarko Amoah, a young Ghanaian man, recently took to social media to recount how he moved from being a below-average student in secondary school to graduating second to none.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the LinkedIn timeline of Joshua had him revealing that in the first term of secondary school, he emerged 17th in his classroom, but he worked hard from that point and ended up graduating as the best Business student.
"In SHS I moved from being 17th in form1 first term, to being the best graduating student in the business faculty for WASSCE 2014 - this was pure hardwork + zero talent."
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