57 years old woman madam Elizabeth Yamoah who recently completed her Basic Education Certificate Examination have sent an emotional message to the President of the Republic of Ghana Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo in tears.
According to her the President should humbly add twenty years to the retiring age of employees in order for her to enjoy the fruits of her labor.
The woman is due for the President's Free Senior High School Education in the next academic year .
"I've gotten all the hype and attention after my BECE. I'll complete my Free Senior High School at the age of 60. Sadly retiring age for government workers is pegged at this age"
"That means even if I enter the tertiary, I wouldn't be able to serve Akuffo Addo who made it possible for me to go to school"
"I want to work for government as a nurse. Akuffo Addo should humbly listen to my plea"
She said in tears on Kasapa FM in tears.
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