Two siblings who performed well in WASSCE need financial assistance for further education

Two brilliant brothers, Simon Kweitsu Tetteh and Edmund Kofi Tetteh, who excelled in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) in separate years, need financial help to continue their education.

After demonstrating exceptional academic ability at the 2021 WASSCE, Simon is grappling with the heartbreaking reality of being unable to resume his education due to financial constraints.

Edmund and Simon Tetteh's WASSCE results Photo credit: Volta Onlinegh Source: Facebook
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Simon scored 4As, 3Bs and a C in his GCSEs as a student at Pope John Senior High School, while Edmund earned 8As as a Presec, Legon, student. Edmund wrote his WASSCE exams in 2023.

Despite the enormous potential of these promising young minds, their dreams are dangerously at stake, threatened by the harsh constraints imposed by financial constraints.

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Their parents, a hard-working mechanic and seamstress, are seriously struggling to raise enough money to support their two boys' educational journey.

Their financial situation implies that if help does not arrive, Simon and Edmund will have to put their dreams of furthering their education on hold.

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Meanwhile, Tyrone Marghuy, who was initially denied admission to Achimota School because of his dreadlocks, has excelled in the 2023 WASSCE, scoring equally in all eight subjects.

The student read General Science and achieved a remarkable achievement despite the challenges he faced in his early days at school.

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In another story, Christian Mondjro, a general science student at Anglican SHS in Kumasi, Ghana, achieved exceptional results in the 2023 WASSCE, achieving As in all eight subjects.

The young Ghanaian prodigy's success is notable as he excelled in core subjects: English, Social Studies, Integrated Science and Core Mathematics.

Christian's excellent performances position him as a standout performer in the recent release of the WAEC results.

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