The 57-year-old Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) graduate, Madam Elizabeth Yamoah, a mother of four who received monetary support of GH¢1,000 from the Swedru Teachers’ Co-operation Credit Union (STCCU) after the successful completion of her Junior High School (JHS) education yesterday was interviewed by Abeiku Santana on Accra based Okay FM.
Madam Elizabeth Yamoah on her interview was asked questions to answer for a price and she did extremely well by almost answering all the questions she was asked by Abeiku Santana. Before her questions and answers section with Abaiku Santana, Madam Elizabeth was asked to read ‘myself’ to prove she was able to read the questions asked during their final exam.
However some Ghanaians in reactions to the video of the 57-year-Old BECE graduate advised her to go and work and stop the poverty mindset of hers as they believe her reason for going to school at her age it meaningless.
Some Ghanaians also hailed her for being able to read and answer almost all the questions she was asked by Abeiku Santana.
Madam Yamoah was among the final year students of Agona Odoben Presbytarian Basic School ‘A’ who sat for the BECE at the Agona Odoben Senior High School (ODOSCO).
Checkout some reactions from Ghanaians and the video of Madam Yamoah reading below