Ghanaian Boy Who Finished WASSCE With Flying Colors Still Home After 4 Years Due To Poverty
- A 22-year-old Ghanaian boy called Emmanuel Asiedu is in need of support to further his education
- The young man made a post on Twitter appealing to anyone capable of helping to support him
- Emmanuel shared his WASSCE certificate from four years that shows he got 4As, 3Bs and 1C
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Emmanuel Asiedu, a young Ghanaian boy who chalked great success in his West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) is still home after four years.
In a post on his Twitter handle, Emmanuel shared his grades and the fact that he has been home for four years, despite working hard to get the results he had.
The young man who graduated from Konongo Odumase Snr High School also attached a certificate that shows that he got 4As, 3Bs and 1C, which is an amazing result by all standards.
"It’s been four years after SHS and still in the house with no hope of going to tertiary looking at mum and dad. But it’s my dream one day I meet this Good Samaritan who will appreciate my result and makes my dream become reality," the boy said in his Twitter post.
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Netizens share thoughts on Emmanuel Asiedu's plight
Some of the comments social media users shared after noticing Emmanuel Asiedu's post can be seen below:
My bro.this is the bird app.u should sound very nice and presentable, someone is willing to help and he sed text him and u are rather telling him to text u or call u.
Oh how… you MUST and WILL go to school. WhatsApp me on 0242544313
See the post below:
Needy Ghanaian boy with 8As granted full scholarship
As YEN.com.gh also reported, Kwabena Agyare Dankwah, a businessman from Ghana, has awarded a full scholarship to an adolescent who received 8 As on the West African Senior School Certificate Exam (WASSCE).
The young man should work hard to learn in order to pursue his aspirations, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Metalex Group of Companies remarked, adding that he does not expect anything in return for the noble deed.
The prodigy's struggling mother made the generous offer after learning that her kid had been accepted to Pentecost University.
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