Cursory: Hagla Raphael Komla Agbeko, a Ghanaian student with outstanding WASSCE results, seeks financial support for further studies. In a heartfelt Facebook post, he requests help to pursue tertiary education after completing senior high school.
Hagla Raphael Komla Agbeko, a Ghanaian student who achieved remarkable results with 6As in the 2022 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), is seeking assistance.
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Through a Facebook post, he expressed his inability to pursue further studies after senior high school due to financial limitations.
Agbeko, who successfully completed his education at the Presbyterian Senior High Technical School in Aburi-Akuapem, emphasized his strong belief in the value of education and humbly appealed for any support that could help him achieve his educational aspirations.
”Dear friends out there and on this platform. Please help me push my WASSCE results by sharing them till it touches the heart of some benevolent person or people out here to help me continue my education at the tertiary level.
In a sincere message on Facebook, he expressed that despite finishing his studies in 2022, he faces financial limitations hindering his further education.
Education holds great importance to him, and he would deeply appreciate any support offered. A single share could have a profound impact, drawing the attention of someone willing to help. Grateful for any assistance, he concluded the post with gratitude and blessings.
”I completed it in 2022, but due to the availability of funds, my parents couldn’t push me further. I firmly believe in education and appreciate it if you could help me. A share is all I need till it gets the attention of someone. Thank you, and God bless you,” he posted on Facebook.
Speaking to YEN.com.gh, Agbeko disclosed that he lives with his parents in Kasoa in Ghana’s Central Region.
“I live with my parents in Kasoa. I now work as a primary school teacher to support myself. I want to return to school, but I don’t have the money to finance my tertiary education.
”I will appreciate help from the public or anyone touched to support my education to realize my dream. People can reach me via 055318272,” he told YEN.com.gh.
Raphael can be contacted at +233 247 702 047.
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