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Instagram Comment gets KTU Biomedical Engineering Student 2,700 Charitable Support

Faith Asiamah, a level 200 Biomedical Science student of the Koforidua Technical University becomes a beneficiary of a private scholarship following a comment she made in a story by the1957news.

In a story posted on the1957news Instagram handle on Dancehall Artiste, Shatta Wale issuing a fake cheque of $10,000 as a birthday gift to Henry Rich Game which garnered buzz on social media, Faith Asiamah, an active media consumer commented on the post and said.

Following that comment, Jeremiah Quayson, Managing Director for Titan Travel, a Ghanaian-based Travel and Tour agency, offered a benevolent gesture to her by sending her the 100 cedis she stated in her comment.

Thrilled by the benevolent act, she couldn’t hold back her gratitude as she poured blessings on her benefactor.

“I have received it with a grateful heart, please. Thank you so much for putting a smile on my face. God bless you” she said.

That was just the tip of the iceberg as Jeremiah Quayson put out to offer her more help than she ever could imagine. He requested the amount she pays as school fees and gave his word to pay the fees which cost GH 2,700.

“Ohhh Jesus What have I done to deserve this I believe God sent you and I can’t pay you back but whoever you are May God bless you okay ” Asiamah replied in tears.

Speaking to the1957news, Jeremiah Quayson stated that, people who are blessed should further extend a helping hand to others and put a smile on their faces than waste the money.

“In this world, if God blesses you, you need to make an impact. I may not know but one day I don’t know where my children are going to get help from this lady. We have money we go to the club we spend almost 10k, 3k, and 5k. Why don’t we use part of that money to bless people, make an impact put a smile on people’s faces.” He said.

He promised her monthly stipends and support in any venture she undertakes which was the icing on the cake.

“I’m not going to pay her school fees, I’m going to put her on a monthly allowance and support her in all she will do. I don’t know but I feel some responsibility for her.” He stated.

Nene Odompleh
Nene Odomplehhttp://www.the1957news.com
The founder of the1957News, a Ghanaian news and entertainment website. He has years of experience in online publishing and content creation and has built a successful online news agency through apt content coverage, timely reporting, and attention to accuracy.


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