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Berkoh-Sarkodie Isaac

Berkoh-Sarkodie Isaac was born in New Yakasi, a suburb of Aowin Municipal(Enchi) in the western region, a new region called western north. He started his basic education at New Yakasi D/A primary and JHS. He continued at Wisdom International and JHS Enchi and completed his Junior High School in may 2013 and served as the academic prefect. He further went to St. Augustine's Senior High School, Bogoso and studied general science as his core programme. During his time in Senior High School, Berkoh-Sarkodie Isaac with his hard work and commitment, became the Assistant Boys' Prefect, Prayer Secretary of Student Union(SU), School Choir Coordinator. He was also part of the drama group and a very good talking-drum player. He completed school in 2016 and pursued a degree programme in the University of Education Winneba.He is offering Bsc. Science in Health Administration and Education. Currently he is in level 200 and holds the office of the (Public Relation Officer) PRO of the (National Union of Aowin Students and Associates) NUASA-UEW. Berkoh-Sarkodie Isaac has been a student leader in his education career and he is committed to do more.Berkoh-Sarkodie Isaac is very humble, handsome, Godfearing. He does not entertain undesirable and unwanted acts.Still a student, Berkoh-Sarkodie Isaac is now an official story writer to Hausa TV, Ghana. He recently wrote his fist story titled "my bitter merry".There are more others to be written.

THE HIDDEN PRECIOUS TREASURE

There lived a King in a village who was told a story by his late father about a hidden treasure in the deep forest. This treasure has caused a lot of lost of lives. When he was a child, his father told him this story that had become a burden several years before his time […]

My Bitter Merry

It was about a week to the celebration of my birthday when I had graduated from the University with a first class. I brought happiness to my family, so daddy and mommy also decided to organize a party for me. I felt so proud of myself for the glory given to me by my family. […]