A Pediatrician at the Manhyia hospital in Kumasi, Dr Alima Salma has recounted how she miraculously gained admission at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Medical School.
According to her, she got admission to medical school because of her poor father.
Dr Alima said that her father was a poor man who was working at KNUST campus as a labourer and the mother was a ‘Waakye’ seller.
Narrating her story on Oyerepa FM’s show “Wasesa Me’, Dr Alima indicated that her father, Mallam Salam stated that she is the fifth born among her 9 siblings.
“I completed my JHS educations at the Weweso L/A, JSS. Things were not easy for me and my family because my dad was a common labourer at KNUST campus”.
“When I completed JHS my dad rejected the school I chose, he wanted me to be in a school where I can walk from our house because he (my father) does not have money. He won’t let me stay home despite his inability to get me the money, so my dad sent me to KNUST Senior High School” Dr Alima lamented.
“Afterward, I went for an interview at KNUST medical school, they asked why I picked KNUST over Legon. When I told them my problem, they told me, they will admit me to make my father proud.”
Dr. Alima disclosed that her father was once accused of spiritually snatching people’s money because he has sponsored his ten children into the best schools.
“My father was once accused of spiritually snatching people’s money in our community because a poor man like him could not sponsor our education.”
“When we go out to buy something they don’t take our money. They fear we would spiritually snatch their money”. Dr Alima lamented.
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Source: Oyerepafmonline.com/Kwaku Antwi Bosiako