- A young man named Richard Agbedor who has been in the news for graduating from a top university in Ghana has become a teaching assistant
- This was years after the young man with limited means had to live on peanuts as a watchman
- Richard studied Agricultural Technology and now gets accepted as teaching assistant in the same department
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Richard Agbedor, a gentleman from the University of Development Studies (UDS) who used to be a security guard has been accepted as a teaching assistant.
This comes weeks after the brilliant gentleman graduated from UDS.
Popular Facebook activist and Chief Editor - Dailies, UN News at United Nations called Ben Dotsei Malor posted the update on his official Facebook handle.
It would be recalled that YEN.com.gh published a story of Richard Agbedor when he graduated from school
Richard Agbedor becomes a Teaching Assistant, in the same Faculty in the University of Development Studies, UDS, where he received his B.Sc (Hons) Upper Second degree in Agricultural Technology.
In the report, it was indicated that the young man has taken life very seriously and going every length to make the most of his opportunities.
Ben Dotsei Malor indicated that Richard Agbedor has gone to purchase personal development and highly-inspirational books with peanuts that he received.
Richard's story is that of an impressive achievement. There have been other great achievers.
Just recently, YEN.com.gh reported that Top GFA Executive Council member Ransford Annetey Abbey has recently graduated with a PhD from a renowned business school in Switzerland.
It is reported that Ransford Abbey graduated with a PhD in Business Administration from the top university. It is indicated that though the university finds its roots in Switzerland, Abbey obtained the admirable doctorate degree right here in Ghana.
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