Brilliant Medical Student Nearly Drops Out Of University Due To Lack Of Money

Brilliant Medical Student Nearly Drops Out Of University Due To Lack Of Money

  • A Nigerian man has shared the touching story of a medical student who was about to give up and drop out of school
  • According to the story, Nwankwo Miracle Tochukwu lost his parents to a road accident and since then has been having issues with school fees
  • However, help has come his way as Alex Onyia, an education promoter, said he was going to clear Tochukwu's fees to enable him to continue

A Nigerian student studying medicine at the university was on the verge of dropping out due to hardship.

The student, Nwankwo Miracle Tochukwu, was said to have lost his parents years ago in a road accident.

Man helps medical student to pay school fees.
The student was on the verge of dropping out of school. Photo credit: X/Alex Onyia.
Source: UGC

Since the death of his parents, Tochukwu has been finding it hard to pay his school fees up to the point that he wanted to give up and go home.

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However, Tochukwu received help when his case reached Alex Onyia, an education promoter passionate about the future of young people.

Alex has promised to clear Tochukwu's school fees so he can complete his studies in medical school.

Alex wrote:

"His brother has been trying to get my attention for several weeks and today I had to verify all his claims and they are very true. I will clear the schools fees to enable him continue, however I think medical students should be on full scholarships from the state government. We are lacking doctors seriously in Nigeria and we shouldn't let brilliant ones drop out of school because of situations life may bring to them."

See the post below:

Reactions as student gets help

@health is wealth said:

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"Thanks so much Alex. Your generation will find helpers in their time of of need."

@manny said:

"Thank you for all you do chief, posterity will be kind to you."

Intelligent Ghanaian student risks dropping out of University due to GH¢1.8K arrears, calls for help

In an earlier publication, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian student currently enrolled at the Takoradi Technical University urgently needs support to clear his school fees arrears.

The young man, who is in his first year of school, has made part payment of his school fees and needs an amount of GH¢1,800 to settle the rest.

Thus, he has appealed to the general public to help him and ensure that he doesn't drop out of school.

Source: Legit.ng

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Jessie Ola-Morris (Human-Interest Editor) Jessie Ola-Morris is a Human Interest editor at YEN.com.gh. She has over three years of experience in journalism. She graduated from the Ghana Institute of Journalism in 2022 with a Bachelor's degree in Communication Studies. Her journalism career started with myjoyonline.com, a subsidiary of The Multimedia Group Limited, where she worked as a writer. Also, Jessie previously served as a reporter with The Independent Ghana as a multimedia journalist. Email: jessie.ola-morris@yem.com.gh