Kwaku Manu’s struggle to succeed academically.
Kwaku Manu was always behind in his studies and at one point he considered himself unacademically sound but with the help of his family and friends, he found ways to succeed in life.
A broadcaster, musician, and actor from Ghana, named Kwaku Manu. He released his debut single, “E’nfa nhoahoa ho,” in 2012.
Kweku Manu was nurtured in Kumasi, Ghana’s Ashanti Region, where he was born. He and Mrs. Okaale have two kids together.
In this article, we shall explore how Kwaku Manu succeeded without finishing his education.
Struggling in primary school
Kwaku Manu struggled in primary school. He was not academically sound when he was in school. However, he did not give up.
He kept trying and eventually succeeded. He is now a successful actor and producer.
Struggling through junior high
Kwaku Manu struggled through junior high. He was not academically sound when he was in school. He had to work hard to get where he is today. Despite the odds, he persevered and is now a successful actor.
Senior high, five months to go…
I was not academically sound when I was in school. I had to really work hard to get where I am today.
My parents always pushed me to do better and that is what I did. I can say that I have improved a lot. I am grateful for their support and motivation throughout my academic journey.
Leaving secondary education behind
I had to leave secondary education behind and take up a job in order to make ends meet.
It was a tough decision, but it was one that I had to make. I am grateful for the opportunity that I have been given and I am determined to make the most of it.
I know that I can achieve anything if I set my mind to it and work hard.
Moving on, feeling lost, hopeless and stressed
This is something that has always haunted and continues to haunt me. I feel lost, hopeless and stressed because of it.
It feels like no matter what I do, I’ll never be good enough. But I’m trying to move on, and I hope that someday I’ll be able to look back on this time and laugh.
A new beginning
He struggled to keep up with his classes and felt like giving up. But he persisted, seeking help from his teachers and classmates when he needed it. Slowly but surely, he began to improve.
The past six years, what I have learnt…
I was not interested in school and I did not work hard. However, the past six years, what I have learnt is that if you want to be successful, you have to be willing to work hard and put in the effort.
You also have to be passionate about what you are doing. For me, that means being passionate about my business and working hard to make it a success.
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