In an inspiring news, a 57-year-old Ghanian grandma, who graduated from Junior High School, wants to become a nurse, work for and enjoy government money. An ambitious Ghanian Elizabeth Yamoah, 57, who recently wrote her Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) to graduate from Junior High School (JHS) was spotted being celebrated by her fellow graduant. The mother of four, in an interview with Accra-based Adom FM, stated her desire to follow her dream of becoming a nurse and work for the government to
Education is the key to success. It can either be formal or informal, depending on the mode of it acquisition. Most people tend to go for formal education type because it is well recognized in Nigeria and other Africa countries. This is not same in places like Europe, where skilled labour get better pay than the unskilled which are mostly people who went through formal education. In Nigeria, education began at home but most children are enrolled in a formal school at early age as two(2) in Creche which they
A 17-year old Junior High School ( JHS ) has impregnated his former class teacher who is 33. The two are set to get married after the boy completes school this year Because of the nature of the case, the boy got a transfer early this year from a government school where he was in the class of his wife to be to a private school where he will write his exam. “I know I will be criticized..but I don’t mind because I started loving this boy, my hubby to be in 2014 when he was in Grade 8 and it’s me who h
Ghanaian Schools To Close Down Again From Monday 8th February, As Students Test Positive To Covid -19
The sudden ascent in dynamic instances of Covid19 has caused bunches of dread among Ghanaians as a great many people are constantly revealed dead while others test positive for the infection. The second flood of the Covid pandemic has ended up doing more damage than anything else as heaps of created nations have played it safe while putting a few measures including veiling, social separating, lockdowns and just to make reference to however a couple in the mission of controling the spread of the dangerous pandemic.
This is an account of a little youngster who had premature birth for nine successive occasions. She had a beau whiles in JHS 1. She had her first pregnancy with her young beau. Her beau requested a fetus removal since he was terrified and they were both exceptionally youthful to cook for an infant. The pregnancy was three months old before I went for a premature birth in a clinic. I had another pregnancy with a companion who requested that I come and see his place where he engaged in sexual relations with
Without doubts, we all know that age isn’t a barrier when it comes to education, as you can have whatever qualification you want at any point in time provided you are determined for it. Meanwhile, the BECE examination was being taken place, some photo of the oldest student writing the exams was taken, and it turned out to be a grandma of 57 years old. According to the report, it was found that the woman named Elizabeth Yamoah who base in Ghana, was the oldest student with the age of 57. Although, she's so
Ghana recorded her first two covid-19 cases on March 13, 2020. The infected persons got into the country from Italy and Norway. The President of the state, Nana Akufo-Addo in his address to the nation on the state of covid-19, imposed a ban on all public gatherings which included; funerals, sporting activities, religious gatherings, conferences, political rallies etc. The one month restriction on movement and public gathering took effect on March 16, 2020 On March 27, the government announced a partial
Education is limit to no age, even adult men and women thrive to get educated, because they know the value of it. Education make us stand upright in the society, and a respected personality because of our vast knowledge of things that is going on around us. The story of a 57 years old woman from Ghana who goes by the name Elizabeth Yamoah, stirred online on the 18th of September, as the oldest graduate of her set in Agona Odoben Presby Junior High School, Ghana. The story of the oldest woman to write BECE in
There was celebrations as 57-Year-old Elizabeth Yamoah showed the world that it is not too late to go to school. It was a thing of joy and motivation to wanna be literate who have surpass their youth age. That's why there is a saying that it's never late to achieve your dreams. Elizabeth Yamoah has at least achieve her dream of obtaining a school certificate and getting a formal education. Few hours after finishing her Junior high school exams, photos surfaced online showing her fellow young students celebrating
New photos of the stunning Ghanaian lady with name, Ashlorm TheZionist went viral on social media few weeks back – social media users were interested in her case as to why and how she got married to a 90-year-old white man. Well, she blasted critics who criticized for her choice of a man to settle the rest of her life with. That was not all, the young lady took to her social media handles to share more loved up pictures of her with her husband. The young woman who now identifies herself as an evangelist i
The final year Junior High school(JHS) and Senior High School(SHS) students are preparing for their final exams which just a stone throw. They are burning candles all night and with the aim of coming out with flying colours. Preparing for exams and coming out with good grades are two different things all together. You can learn very hard but if you don’t answer your questions very well and in the right way, all your efforts will be in vain. Students should not always ‘’Chew and Pour’’ Pass and forget
Hello readers, kindly consider clicking on the follow icon, thank you. Ghana is a country blessed with intelligent, talented and hardworking individuals. At hand is a young Ghanaian student who built a sports car with gullwing doors. According to report, the young boy is still in JHS 3. The talented boy actually cruises to school along side his friend to show off the jaw dropping car he made with scrap metals. It took him months to build the sport car. The young boy is named Kelvin Odartei, and he is just 18-years-old.
Ghana's music Maestro, Kojo Antwi, has strolled a lifelong fan, Efia Antwiwaa Kajah down the walkway on her big day. The function fell off on Saturday, August 22, 2020, in Accra. Efia Antwiwaa Kajah, a staff of one of the media transmission organizations in Ghana, noticed that it was a since quite a while ago valued fantasy about having the Maestro hold her hand and walk her down to meet her lucky man, Lieutenant Commander, Solomon Dayira. She included that she began following Kojo Antwi's music at age
They say its never too late to do anything in this life. That age is only but a number and nothing more. Yes. This is true in some situations as much older men and women have proven this fact again and again. Today, we shall be talking about a 57 year old woman who just completed junior high school. Education in this part of the world is seen as a yard stick for success. It is often believed that an educated person has an upper edge to become a more resourceful and successful person when compared to his/her
The Ministry of Education, Ghana Education Service, and the Free SHS secretariate all under the auspices of the government of Ghana (GoG) has launched a National Student Portal or Student Information System for Students in all public Senior High Schools. Prospective students in all Public Senior High Schools (SHSs) can use their JHS index number and year of completion to access the Student Information System portal using the URL: portal.unilynq.com To login into the National Student Portal or Student Infor
In our generation today, a lot of young boys, men and women are making us proud following their endeavors to put to work on what they know how to do best. Some months ago, a young 18 year old Junior High School (JHS) graduate by the name Kelvin Odartey developed a car of his own which got a lot of reactions from people. Today, the car has been rebranded to a Beautiful one. Some months back, Kelvin Odartei drove the car he built to his school in a grand style to celebrate his graduation from the school as BECE
At 15 years, Portia, a JHS understudy at Sefwi Debiso, resorts to uncovering palm trees to bring in cash before she can stand to join in and remain in school with her own cash. The battle of the structure three understudy is unmistakable in her day by day schedule in ranches at her town where she burrows palm trees for allowance. Portia takes on employments at the homesteads during excursion to acquire some cash for school. Much the same as many battling youthful young people, Portia's story is the same.