An alumni of Mawuli Senior High School in Ho requires approximately GHc3,000 to cover his enrollment fees
Selorm Aklika, a young man, graduated with honors and received an offer of admission to the St Francis College of Education
With only a few days until the deadline, the bright 18-year-old lad is on the verge of being disqualified due to a shortage of finances
Selorm Aklika, a bright young graduate of Mawuli Senior High School in the Volta Region, is almost losing his opportunity to pursue a career in his academics.
Godwin Aklika, the young man’s brother, said that they are currently in need of roughly GHc3,000 (N200,800.49) to pay for Selorm’s admission fees at St Francis College of Education, where he has already received an offer of admission.
Selorm earned a C4 in Social Studies, a B3 in Mathematics, a C4 in Integrated Science, a B3 in Elective Mathematics, a B3 in the English Language, a C4 in Economics, a B3 in Geography, and a B3 in Government (A1).
Despite his excellent marks, Selorm’s ambition to continue his education is contingent on public or philanthropic stakeholders’ help.
Selorm’s mother is a small-scale farmer who is unable to meet the financial needs on her own, as Godwin revealed to Ghana’s highly read new website, YEN.com.gh, and his father has passed away.
“Anyone with the heart to support can contact me (Selorm Aklika) to make their donations on 0556834896. This would mean the world to us and make my brother’s dream come true. We can also be reached on 0548661595,” he said.