Lordlyna Inkoom, one of the students affected by a directive by the management of the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ), has received financial support.
The Management of GIJ in a statement issued on March 22, 2021, directed students who paid their fees after the registration deadline to defer their programmes.
This decision made students of GIJ very unhappy, and they took to social media to register their displeasure. They also embarked on a protest at the school’s premises on March 24 to force authorities of the Institute to rescind their decision.
While protesting, Lordlyna Inkoom granted TV3 an interview, and her comments on the issue won the heart of many Ghanaians.
Lordlyna’s comments and courage impressed Patrick Mensah Nartey (CEO of PMN Group Of Companies), who reached out to her to offer financial support for her to continue her education.
“I see greatness in her already,” Mr Nartey said about Lordlyna in an Instagram post.
After meeting her, Mr Nartey presented Lordlyna with GHC3,000, while adding that “she will be a great brand ambassador.”
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