PRESEC Old Student With Excellent WASSCE Result Turns Fuel Attendant

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PRESEC old student
Benjamin's WASSCE RESULT

A PRESEC old student , Benjamin Darko, has become a fuel attendant at Goil Filling Station due to financial constraints which the father calls a stumbling block standing in the way of his son’s dream of entering a tertiary institution.

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Benjamin completed the Presbyterian Boys Senior High School (PRESEC) in Legon in the Greater Accra inthe year 2021 with and a brilliant result (5As and 3Bs) in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

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The needy but brilliant Presbyterian Boys Senior High School(PRESEC) old boy, just like many other fresh graduates from the second-circle level, has a dream, and his is to one day become a medical doctor or a biotechnologist. That dream, however, seems shattered by the shackles of poverty laying hold of Benjamin’s family.

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Benjamin’s father, Mr. Kwabena Gyewu, told GHOne TV that he is unable to finance his son’s tertiary education since his income is not enough. The father of the 21-year-old SHS graduate is a farmer as well as a tailor in Bepowase, in the Akuapem North Municipality in the Eastern Region.

See Benjamin’s result below

a presec old student

Meanwhile there is also news about one Stephen Koomson, another needy but brilliant student who completed Mpohor Senior High School with good grades, but has to resort to illegal mining due to poverty. Stephen, just like Benjamin, clocked 5As and 3Bs in the 2021 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) but could not continue his education.

Luck has, however, found Stephen as the Ghana National Petroleum Commission (GNPC) agreed to support his studies at the University of Ghana so he can become the lawyer he has always dreamed of.

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