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Young Man Who Worked as A Cleaner, Becomes Medical Doctor in US

A young brilliant man, Kwadwo “Kojo” Sarpong who worked as a Cleaner in the United States Of America Finally graduated with a medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington.

The brilliant man immigrated to the United States of America from Ghana to work as a cleaner before his dream of pursuing a career in medicine at the top University.

According to the young man, he became the first doctor in his family after earning his degree from a prestigious university.

Sarpong’s story is that of resilience and determination because of his humble beginning. 

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According to the story shared, In 2010, Sarpong worked at what is now the Northside Hospital Gwinnett in Lawrenceville, Georgia, where he cleaned rooms and made beds before he began to consider a career in medicine. 

Most recently, he graduated with an MD from Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, DC.

”This is the face of the FIRST doctor in my family!” he said on Twitter, while crediting his parents for his achievement.

”My parents’ education ended early in middle school but they sacrificed everything to get me to this point! 

”My father worked multiple menial jobs, while my mom did housekeeping. She is 70 and still works as a janitor at Inova Hospital,” he said 

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CREDIT: ALLSCHOOL, YEN

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