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BECE Result Of 60-yr Old Ghanaian Woman, Elizabeth Yamoah Pops Up Online

“Prez Akufo-Addo’s ‘Free SHS’ strategy constrained me to return to class” – Elizabeth Yamoah, 57-year-old BECE graduate

Review the 60-year old Ghanaian lady, Elizabeth Yamoah who impacted the world forever by turning into the most seasoned understudy to sit for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE)?

Her outcome has surfaced online as a large number of different understudies likewise hurry to web bistros to check their outcomes soon after the West African Examination Council (WAEC) delivered the 2020 outcomes a week ago.

For her sheer assurance to pick up proper instruction and extend the mainstream saying that schooling has no closure, Madam Elizabeth picked up worldwide acknowledgment after she composed the BECE with a great many other Ghanaian understudies, some of whom could undoubtedly pass for her grandkids.

Back in October, she revealed to Ohemaa Woyeje on Angel FM the inspiration driving her choice to return to class again while applauding Nana Akufo Addo’s FREE SHS which turned into the impetus that prodded her on.

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She had said;

I COULD NOT HAVE GOTTEN TO WHERE I AM NOW BUT WITH THE HELP OF NANA ADDO’S FREE EDUCATION, I HAVE BEEN ABLE TO CATCH UP AND STILL WANT TO CONTINUE WITH MY EDUCATION.

Indeed, since she has become a web sensation, we surmise individuals will be keen on how she fared so we have discovered the online variant of her outcome slip. See underneath;

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