Isaac Sackey attended Esiama Senior High/Technical School in Esiama of Ellembele district in the Western Region.
He wrote the West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) in 2022 and scored 5As, 2Bs and 1C.
He has gained access to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) to pursue a 4-year nursing course as a paying student.
A collage of the KNUST campus and Isaac Sackey, who has been accepted to study nursing Photo credit: @Voice_of_KNUST(Twitter) & @Ewurabena (Facebook)
However, he may not be able to go to school and fulfill his dream of becoming a nurse because there is not enough money to help him attend school.
Isaac is pleading for help paying his tuition as the deadline for payment is Friday, January 5, 2023.
Former Notre Dame student is about to lose entry to KNUST
Meanwhile, the Fortunate Ayaaba Abugba, an old student of Notre Dame Seminary Senior High School who scored 7As and 1B in the WASSCE, may forfeit his KNUST admission as he does not have the money to pay the fees.
The intelligent boy was admitted to KNUST to pursue a four-year course in chemical engineering. The deadline for payment of entrance fees is Friday, January 5, 2023.
Two siblings who performed well in WASSCE need financial assistance for further education
In a related development, Simon Kweitsu Tetteh and Edmund Kofi Tetteh, brilliant brothers who excelled in separate years of WASSCE, face financial constraints that hamper their educational pursuits.
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Despite Simon's excellent performances in 2021 (four As, three Bs, one C) and Edmund's remarkable WASSCE results in 2023 (eight As), their dreams are at risk due to limited resources.
Their hardworking parents, a mechanic and a seamstress, urgently seek help to guarantee their children's education.