An 8 year old primary three school girl has become an internet sensation for performing incredibly at just ended reading competition.
Led by a victorious delegation from North Tongu Director of Education, Mrs. Isabella Regina Ayimey, they presented the phenomenal Samelia Mekporsigbe, a class 3 pupil of Battor DA Primary School and winner of the Volta Regional Reading Competition sponsored by the USAID Learning initiative to their member of parliament, Okudzeto Ablakwa.
The amazing 8-year-old daughter of a NaBCo trainee will proceed to represent the Vollta Region at the national level in a few weeks after emerging the best from the circuit, district, and regional level where she competed with 17 other district champions.
The member of parliament donated a Samsung Tablet with free internet connectivity and a wide array of e-reading collections for Samelia.
She has also been placed on the MP’s scholarship programme for additional academic assistance until she graduates from the university. She told Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa that she wants to be a Judge one day. And per her reading prowess, she can achieve that dream.
Ablakwa also handed out a cash amount of GHS3,000 to support her preparations for the national reading competition in Accra.
The Chiefs and people of North Tongu are really proud of young Samelia. We wish her the very best at the national competition, and assure her of bigger deserving surprises.
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