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Rawlings' daughter saved me from hunger in Achimota school Countryman Songo recounts

Comrade Songo was once saved by one of the girls of the late ex-President J.J. Rawlings and he is at last talking about it.

As per the dubious Ghanaian games moderator, hunger could have killed him during his days as an understudy at Achimota Senior High School, notwithstanding the mediation from one of the offspring of the ex-president.

Countryman Songo revealed that Zanetor Agyeman-Rawlings was his classmate who acted as the hero unexpectedly.

There was a day I was starving. It was break time. One intriguing thing was that Zanetor had protectors, meaning any remaining understudies had the greatest insurance. Understudies who went to Achimota those days felt relieved. "You will generally detect her vehicle and the guardians checking each move," he said.

He shared the life-saving second Dr Zanetor came into his life. He said, "I was ravenous and went searching for my cousin, figuring I would get some food. I spotted Zanetor alone, so I moved toward her. I made proper acquaintance and she answered serenely and asked how I was doing.

I straight forward said I was eager, so she offered me her toast and tea in her jar. I ate it. Fascinatingly, I took food from the president's little girl," Songo described in a meeting on Asempa FM.

Talking about Zanetor's scholastic execution, Songo said the ex-president's daughter, who is currently a clinical specialist and Member of Parliament for Korle-Klottey, won a few honors back in Achimota.

"Zanetor was a fabulous understudy. She got every one of the honors at our discourse and prize-giving day. We as a whole cheered her not in light of her status but in view of legitimacy. She was a splendid understudy. Even in the Twi language, she did great...she was wonderful. "You won't see her everywhere except she was receptive and exquisite," he said.

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