Ms Paulina Anning, 54, a form one student at Weweso M/A Junior High School has appealed to government to assist her complete her schooling.
According to her, education is the basic way for one to live happily in life and that she needs assistance from government in order to complete her education.
Paulina, as she is popularly called at school, believes that if she gets the needed support from government, the dream to become a prison officer will surely come to pass.
She said this in an interview when the ‘Daily Democrat’ inquired how she is doing at her age learning with her children and grandchildren.
She noted that people have higher positions because of their education and averred that if the government and for that matter any individual who believes in education can offer her the necessary support, she will be an ambassador to many people, especially the youth.
Ms Paulina Anning hinted that there are many challenges she faces especially with her two children who have completed secondary school and wish to further it.
Apart from the two, the younger one who is also about to complete has a challenge with paying of school fees.
On how she manages to cater for them, she said after school, she goes to the market to sell other peoples wares for them.
The assistant headteacher of the school was grateful to the Daily Democrat for continuously visiting the school to find out how Paulina is doing.