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    Nana Addo offers Scholarship for poor but needy student who scored 8As in WASSCE

    The President, Nana Akufo-Addo has ordered that the Scholarship secretariat offers scholarship to a student of the Adeiso Senior High (Adeisco) in the Eastern Region.

    The smart and intelligent boy who attended Adeiso Presbyterian Senior High School  passed with 8A’s in the just ended West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

    Amoani Thomas, the intelligent Senior High graduate has joined a trend of smart brains being celebrated on social media over their performance in WASSCE.

    However, the Chief Executive Officer of Kingdom Herbal and Unique Kingdom Communication Limited, Jonathan Kwame Amofa has said he is ready to give full scholarship to Amoani Thomas.

    The young student originally hails from Adeiso in the Eastern Region studied the General Arts programme at the Senior high level and graduated with straight 8A’s.

    The performance has given hope that there is light at the end of the tunnel as the first batch of the free Senior High students prepares to write the West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination next year.

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