- Madam Elizabeth Yamoah, a 57-year-old JHS graduate who wrote her BECE recently, says she wants to become a nurse in the future
- Yamoah is seeking help from the public to help her attend boarding school once results are released
- She says she wants to become a professional nurse in the future
- Yamoah appealed to President Akufo-Addo to make her a free SHS ambassador so she could talk to others about the benefits of education
Madam Elizabeth Yamoah, a 57-year-old woman who wrote the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) and graduated, has said she wants to become a professional nurse in the future.
Madam Yamoah is confident of coming out with flying colours in the examination and hopes to enrol in a boarding school.
To this end, she is seeking help from the public so that as soon as her results come, she will not have to wait to enter the boarding school.
This is gathered in a report sighted by Briefly.co.za on Kasapaonline.com, where it was reported that Madam Yamoah had an interview with Kasapa FM.
She also thanked President Akufo-Addo for introducing the Free SHS policy and further appealed to him to make her an ambassador of free SHS so that should could speak with people about the need to be educated.
Opening up a bit on her life, Madam Yamoah said she loved school as a child, however, she had to drop out in primary school due to some difficulties.
Keen on not giving up on her dreams to become a nurse, she enrolled in school again and despite the insults, ridicule and the negative comments that came her way, Madam Yamoah said she was bent on completing her BECE.
According to her, the community members did not help at all with their bad words for her and she nearly gave up and dropped out at JHS2.
Meanwhile, her children celebrated her success upon completing her BECE and showered her with praise.
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