WASSCE 2023: Ghanaian Woman Celebrates As Son Completes SHS, Reveals She Is A Single Mother

WASSCE 2023: Ghanaian Woman Celebrates As Son Completes SHS, Reveals She Is A Single Mother

  • A video of a young mother's reaction as her son completed senior high school has left many people emotional
  • The woman revealed that her delight is mainly because she struggled a lot as a single mother
  • An educationist advised the fresh graduates not to get involved in unproductive activities that could affect them in the long run

A young Ghanaian mother was moved to tears as she welcomed her son, who had just finished writing his last paper for the 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

The woman, who was enveloped in emotion and could barely control herself, was spotted in a TikTok video thanking God as she walked with her son, who attended Pentecost Senior High School.

Photo of a Ghanaian mother
Ghanaian woman delights as son completes SHS Photo credit: @princsssobiea30/TikTok
Source: TikTok

She said her joy was mainly because her quest to ensure that her son completes SHS came with a lot of struggles.

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The caption of her video was:

"After all the struggles and humiliations, finally my son is done with school too..Awww am proud to be a single mother who never gave up..Awurade medawase".

At the time of writing the report, the emotional video had gathered over 8,000 likes and 300 comments.

Watch the video

Abstain from certain things now that you are home

YEN.com.gh reached out to an educationist, Mr Daniel Fenyi, who advised the fresh SHS graduates to stay away from activities that could put their development at risk.

"Social media has become a powerful influence among the youth. All manner of things happen on those platforms. It is important for children to stay away from negative social media activities such as taking and posting revealing videos and pictures, insults and abuse.

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They should avoid going out with friends to nightclubs, poolsides, beaches, etc. Over the years, these outings have proven to be life-threatening"

Rather, he urged them to focus their time and energy on trying to develop themselves through training and skills acquisition.

"IT has become important and indispensable in this generation. Therefore, they should use the period to train themselves in IT. They can watch YouTube tutorials, or go for classes.
The awaiting-result period is the time for the children to get closer to their parents or guidance to learn petty home skills such as cooking, scrubbing, washing, weeding, and other home-maintenance skills, which they might not have learnt while in school," he told YEN.com.gh.

Ghanaians commend the young mother

Netizens who thronged the video's comment section commended the young mother for doing her best to ensure that her son completes high school.

abynarhyoung1 replied:

Awwwn God bless you soo much mum you have made me emotional

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He will be Great!!! You will eat the fruits of your labor. Insha Allahu

Shantel stated:

I remember when I told my mum I passed my licensing exams she cried and was thanking God

Marzukatu Ibrahim stated;

He can’t go to Pensec and fail, NEVER!!! Victory is his Proud pensecan

2019 Best WASSCE student wins award

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that an intelligent Ghanaian girl, Nana Adwoa Sereboo, was named a recipient of the envious President's Award at Ashesi University.

Nana Adwoa Sereboo was honoured for her living by example and the values of the University, which are scholarship, leadership, and citizenship.

"She was an exceptional student, dedicated tutor, and relentless servant leader during her time on campus. She left an indelible impact across many parts of the Ashesi community, from academics to community initiatives. Here's her and her parents' reflection on her time on campus."

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Philip Boateng Kessie (Human-Interest editor) Philip Boateng Kessie is a Human Interest editor at YEN.com.gh. He has over six years of experience in journalism. He graduated from the University of Cape Coast in 2018 with a bachelor's degree in Communication Studies. Philip previously served as a reporter for Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL). He also worked as a content writer for Scooper News. Email: philip.kessie@yen.com.gh.

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