Social media user, Eric Adjei Danquah, has shared the WASSCE results of one Korsah Christian Tanor to appeal for support to pay the university fees for the SHS graduate – Korsah Christian Tanor completed St James’ Seminary and Senior High School (SHS) with admirable scores of 7A’s and a B2 in the 2019 WASSCE – However, Tanor cannot afford to further his education due to financial constraints – Eric Adjei Danquah took to social media to ask benevolent Ghanaians for assistance
The struggles of Korsah Christian Tanor, a young Ghanaian Senior High School graduate has come to the attention of YEN.com.gh after his West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) result slip was posted on social media.
Despite completing the 2019 West African Examination Certification Examination (WASSCE) with remarkable scores, Korsah Christian Tanor faces the challenge of not being able to further his education due to financial setbacks. The former Science student graduated from the St James’ Seminary and Senior High School (SHS) with 7A’s and a B2. He chalked all As in Elective and Core Mathematics, Integrated Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Social Studies and a B2 in English Language.
In spite this laudable feat, Korsah Christian Tanor, could not further his education for the 2019 tertiary academic year because he could not afford to pay for his university education fees and may have to hold on to his dream without help for the same reason in 2020. With 7A’s, B2 from the West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations, Tanor certainly defied daunting odds to attain such a remarkable feat considering his family’s financial background.
Despite being born into an economically disadvantaged family, the young graduate has managed to combine a horse-like life with his books to earn results that place him among some of the best students produced in the 2019 West African Examination Certification Examination (WASSCE). Social media user, Eric Adjei Danquah posted a photo of Tanor and his admirable results in a Facebook group to ask for help for the needy teenager.
Congrats ….He’s the REAL recipient of the GETFund Scholarship.