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Crime Check Foundation pays entire School fees of Brilliant but needy Student | Harmattan Gh

The timely benevolence of Crime Check Foundation has helped salvaged the dream of Pelpuo Abdul Razak becoming a medical doctor.

Crime check foundation is an NGO who are working very hard to seek justice for people wrongfully incaserated. Through their work many prisoners have been freed. Even under aged who are not supposed to be in jail spelled out by the laws of the country.

One of their recent work is paying the entire of one Pelpuo Abdul Razak a former student of Ghana Senior High /Tech. Razak gained admission into the University of Development Studies (UDS) to read Medicine. But due to financial constrains, he dreams of becoming a doctor almost dashed away.

Crime check foundation stepped in to pay his school fees. They made the announcement on their Facebook page.

Always a pity to see brilliant but needy students struggle to access tertiary education. Having gotten admission to UDS…

Posted by Crime Check TV GH on Tuesday, August 20, 2019


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