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My name is Godslove Amoah, a native of Abura in Ghana's Central Region, though I have spent most of my life in Adugyama, Ashanti Region. I am the proud daughter of a single mother and a dedicated seamstress.   Despite the adversity of my father's departure at a tender age, friends and my mother's unwavering support allowed me to flourish academically, culminating in my graduation from one of Ghana's premier all-girls senior high school in 2023.

Achieving outstanding results on the West African Senior School Certificate Examination, I was acutely aware of the financial constraints we faced. Yet, hope manifested through my mentor, Moses Barnie—my guide in science and mathematics since junior high school. Moses advocacy on my behalf to  Mr. Ishmael Odamtten and Mrs. Rosamond Odamtten, the co-founders of the Ishi Odamtten Foundation opened a new chapter in my life, one filled with opportunity and promise.

The generosity of the  Ishi Odamtten Foundation has been a beacon of hope, not just for me but for countless others uplifted by their mission of service—a mission I've come to realize is akin to divine work.  My gratitude extends to Mr. Oduro Anane Agyapong, my former headmaster, whose guidance was instrumental in securing my admission to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.

In recognition of the blessings bestowed upon me by Senior Moses, Mr. Odamtten, and the entire team at the Ishi Odamtten Foundation, I extend my deepest appreciation. Your commitment to nurturing young minds and empowering the next generation through education is a testament to your profound impact on society.

My family and I are extremely grateful for the doors you have opened for us. We look forward to the day when I can express my thanks in person and share the fruits of the opportunities you have provided. May God richly bless you all.

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