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Young Man who Left His Country to Work as a Cleaner in US to Become a Neurosurgeon after Many Years

A young man identified as Kojo Sarpong moved from Ghana to the United States in 2009 to work as a cleaner now set to become a Neurosurgeon.

Recounting the rather inspirational story on his Facebook handle, Kojo indicated that he started from a humble place where he had to work for five years as a housekeeper when he initially relocated to the US. 

“Started my journey in America as a housekeeper for about 5 years. Now after all this hard work and dedication, I am going to be a NEUROSURGEON!!! The first physician in my family!” he posted. 

According to an article by Tcjonline.com, Kojo arrived in the United States in 2009 from Ghana. 

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He worked at Wal-Mart and as a housekeeper at a hospital but in 2011, Sarpong decided to attend GPC at the Clarkston campus and pursue his education. 

Netizens celebrate Kojo Persey Bediako mentioned: Congrats bro. Proud of you fam. We should keep in touch 

Kofi Amanquah II indicated: “We’re going to be a neurosurgeon!!! “!! This is what we’ve been praying for !! 

Salomey Ankrah commented: Congratulations . And may the good lord continue to bless and guide your gifted hands.

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CREDIT:  ALLSCHOOL, Legit.ng

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