Wed. Nov 30th, 2022

A Ghana based Non Governmental Organization (NGO), Gold Coast Medical foundation has paid a fees for a continuous student of Gambaga College of Education in the Northeast Region of Ghana.

The beneficiary, Seidu Sule who was supported by the organization through the efforts of the Fulani Community in Ghana, was given one thousand two hundred Ghana cedis (1, 200 GHC) while promised a laptop.

Receiving the support at the Fulani Chief’s palace in Tamale, Seidu could not hide his joy, while thanking the Gold Coast Medical foundation, he appealed to them to continue supporting poor but brilliant students to make it.

“I don’t know what to say again. I am lost for words. If not for the organization, wouldn’t know what to do now. I am grateful to them and the Fulani Community”, he said.

On his part, the Chief of Fulani Community in for Tamale, Alhaji Barry Amidu advised the beneficiary to continue to do well justify the monies spent on him.

Mr. Abraham Jallo who played a significant role in securing the opportunity for Seidu charged him to do well too, adding that this will motivate him to go to the extra mile to get more support for him until he completes his college education.

According to him, this is the first time the NGO has come to the aide of the beneficiary, and it was due to difficulties in getting money to pay the fees.

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