The story of a young Ghanaian man who is about to change the narrative of his life from grass to grace episode is trending online.
The young man Adom-Ba Lucky used to hustle on the streets by selling yogurt on a bike but as fate may have it, he’s now pursuing his dream course in a tertiary institution.
In a report by Abandaily.com, it is indicated that Adom-Ba was able to finish BECE in 2012 but had been unable to continue education until 2016 for lack of money.
From the publication, it came to light that Adom’s father shirked his responsibility because he had wanted him to be aborted when his mother got pregnant. Adom engaged in all sorts of menial jobs until he joined Fanmilk Ltd Sogakope branch.
The report further adds that he took on acting roles with the SN Production Crew and worked as a pantry boy in an Indian restaurant to gather sufficient revenue to further his high school education in September 2016.
Presently Adom-Ba Lucky is a Bachelor of Science in Nursing student at Pentecost University, PU, in Sowutuom, Accra, under a scholarship by the Church of Pentecost, Tema Area.
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