I'm Martin Avorgah, a third-year Electrical and Electronic Engineering student at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
I chose to pursue this program mostly because I am interested in consumer electronics and the manufacturing process.
Since the day I received this scholarship, it has mostly assisted me in pursuing my passion for studying electronics. But most crucially, it relieved my parents of having to foot the bill for my pricey tertiary education. My parents and I are really appreciative of the Eleos Cares Foundation for providing us with this fantastic opportunity. Hopefully one day I can make great strides in my community and Ghana through the power of technology, all thanks to Eleos.