Abdallah Mohammed completed Junior High school at a younger age of 15. Preparations were ongoing for him to enter into Senior High School when unfortunately he got arrested.
He was wrongly accused of stealing Ghc 10.00, and that led to his arrest. Mohammed was handed a 25-year jail term for stealing Ghc 10.00. Since he had no one in sight for support except his father, Nurudeen Mohammed, justice was not granted him.
Mohammed served in jail at the Kumasi Central Prison for eleven years, before he was released. The young man, now 27years told his heartbreaking story on an exclusive interview with Adom Fm.
The story of the young man attracted sympathizers from all parts of the country. He received great support from some of the Ghanaian Citizens.
A contribution of Ghc2000.00 was given to him to manage his living. In addition to that, he received a one bedroom apartment, as well as a barbering shop to work at as a professional barber.
Mr. Nurudeen, Mohammed’s father showed great appreciation to all who donated to help keep his son’s life back on track. “God bless them all”, he said.
The freed young man also thanked all his sympathizers and donators.
At age 27, it is never too late for him to stand up and fight to reach his goals.