Happy Meet The Kids Monday, TSP fans! Today we’re introducing Alhaji Dauda! Alhaji is 18 years old and is in his second year ofJunior High School. His main ambition in life is to one day become the president of Ghana. His favourite food is Fufu, a traditional Ghanaian meal, which is made by boiling starchy crops (like yams or plantains) and then pounding them into a dough-like consistency. Fufu is typically eaten with soup: in Alhaji’s case, he likes it with palmnut soup.
As normal, we asked Alhaji for his thoughts on education. He told us:
“Going to school is a good thing. If you go to school, it will help you become very important in the future.”
We also asked Alhaji what he thought of our work at The Senase Project. This is what he said:
“TSP has helped me and my parents because they don’t have to pay for my uniform, and things like books, pens and pencils that I need for school. This has made coming to school in this village very easy. Medase [thank you] TSP.”
We are so happy to hear that the work we do is making a difference in people’s lives, and we are impressed at Alhaji’s positive ambition for his future!
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