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First-class degree student of University Of Education, Winneba selling on street

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 First-class degree student of University Of Education, Winneba selling on street after national service

After completing her national service, Priscilla Akwagu, a single mother from Ghana, who overcame numerous obstacles—including selling buffloaf, also called as “bofrot”—to earn a university degree, has returned to street marketing.

Despite the challenges she faced in paying for her school while also taking care of her child, she graduated with honors from the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), an accomplishment that was warmly praised.

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However, it appears that despite having completed her one-year mandatory national service and holding a first-class degree from one of the nation’s top universities, Akwagu was unable to find a better job. As a result, she made the difficult decision to put her shyness aside and resume her hawking business in order to survive.

She posted a message on the popular Ghanaian Facebook group Tell It All, where she shared photos of herself going about her street hawking.
She claimed that the purpose of the post was to motivate readers to start taking care of themselves and to stop being passive.

Single mom with first-class degree resumes street marketing after national service

We don’t post our stories to show off but to motivate others that they can equally make it with determination. Back to my hawking business after national service and hoping for the best to come.
“Life is how you mold with your own hands like molded flour. Let’s keep our hopes up and trust in ourselves always,” she wrote on Tell It All.

Many people praised her and stated that she is certainly an inspiration to other women in response to the countless responses to her article.

Priscilla struggled to balance her employment and school while taking care of her motherly duties by herself.
Her goal in attending the UEW in the Central Region was to better her life and the lives of her children, but after earning a first-class degree, she is still forced to work because there aren’t any immediate job options for her.

But she’s not giving up just yet. She expressed optimism that she will soon have greater prospects.

 

 

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Ejisu Besease JHS Closed Down indefinitely

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After two parents conspired to attack a female teacher at the school, Ejisu-Besease M/A Junior High School in the Ejisu Municipality of the Ashanti Region was shut down by education authorities.

Ms. Serwaa Ampofo angered the two women when she cut through a form two student’s hair because she had overgrown hair.

Following the incident, the two women, later identified as hairdresser Alimatu Sadia and teacher Kate Serwaa, both 30 years old, rushed the school to attack the female teacher.

The two pulled on the teacher’s hair as they dragged her to the ground while brandishing scissors.

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But, according to a story by Myjoyonline.com seen by GhanaWeb, other students at the school have corroborated that the alleged student used a blade stick to shave some of their teacher’s hair to start the attack after their teacher drew a line in her hair.

Since the attack, Ms. Ampofo has been a patient at the Ejisu Government Hospital.

“Last Friday, my director and I visited the hospital, where we observed the victim’s outfit. It was incredibly filthy. It was clear that they actually dragged her.

“We are not taking this kindly at all,” Ejisu Municipal Education Directorate Public Relations Officer Michael Gyarteng said. “The director sent those teachers there to teach and not be beaten up, maimed, or killed.”

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NMC releases results for Aug. 2022 licensing exams

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NMC releases results for Aug. 2022 licensing exams

The results of the licensing examination performed in August 2022 will be made public, according to a statement from the Nursing and Midwifery Council.

Registered Nurse Assistant Clinical/ Registered Nurse Assistant Preventive, Registered Mental Nursing, and Registered Midwifery are among the outcomes made public.

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“Registered Community Mental,” “Nursing,” and “Post NAC/NAP Midwifery” are the others.

The NMC advised candidates to check their results through the internet system.

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