Brilliant But Needy St Peter's SHS Old Student With 7As Gets Sponsorship To Pursue Doctor Of Pharmacy At KNUST

Brilliant But Needy St Peter's SHS Old Student With 7As Gets Sponsorship To Pursue Doctor Of Pharmacy At KNUST

  • A young Ghanian man has expressed delight after he was admitted to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)
  • The St Peter’s SHS old student who had 7As and a B3 resulted to selling foodstuffs in the market in order to save some money
  • His story touched many people leading to a philanthropist deciding to support him with university fees

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Luck has shone on a young man who thought that his quest of pursuing a university education was only going to remain a dream and never a reality.

A report sighted by on revealed the plight of Kofi-Boye Philip Tetteh, an old student of St. Peter’s Senior High School who despite clocking 7As and B3 in the 2022 West Africa Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) had to remain home due to lack of finance.

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Photo of Kofi Boye Philip Teteh
Former student of St Peter's SHS admitted at KNUST Photo credit
Source: UGC

Having lost his father at a tender age and his mom just five days before the start of the WASSCE exams, Kofi-Boye Philip Tetteh after school resorted to selling vegetables with the hope of making some money to pay his fees in the future.

The story of the intelligent but needy 19-year-old really touched many people who expressed a desire to help him achieve his dream.

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Due to the benevolence of the Nkosuohene of Kwahu traditional area, Nana Owiredu Wadie (I) Philip has successfully enrolled at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) to pursue a Doctor of Pharmacy programme.

Kofi-Boye Philip Tetteh vows to study hard

The young man has vowed to study very hard in order to make anyone who has invested in his studies very proud.

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“I am very excited today. Today is one of the happiest day in my life because I never thought I will be going to school this year , all hope was lost until you came to my aid.I’m very grateful and very happy and am thankful to all those who made it possible for me to go to school this year” he said.

Boy from Twifo Praso needs support to pay fees

Earlier that Enoch Inkoom, an alumnus of Mfantsipim School in the Central Region of Ghana, is appealing for financial support to meet the deadline for his admission fees.

The 21-year-old brilliant Ghanaian achieved 6As, a B2, and a B3 in the 2021 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

Speaking to, Inkoom mentioned that he gained admission into the University of Cape Coast (UCC) to further his education. but needs urgent financial assistance to pay his admission fees.

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