- Bismark Boadi, a gentleman who used to work as a security guard at NIB in Kaneshie, Accra, has now transitioned into an engineering student
- According to Bismark, he is currently enrolled at the University of Mines and Technology at Tarkwa where he is studying Natural Gas Engineering
- In a post on social media, the young man was grateful to all his former superiors who mentored and guided him
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A brilliant and hardworking Ghanaian gentleman named Bismark Boadi has made a major transition that has gotten thousands of LinkedIn users pouring out reactions.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal handle, Bismark disclosed that he used to work as a security guard at the National Investment Bank (NIB) in Kaneshie, Accra.
Bismark shared a photo of himself when he was still at post and indicated that his level has changed now as he is enrolled at the University of Mines and Technology (UMAT) in Tarkwa.
According to the young achiever, he is studying Natural Gas Engineering at the popular Ghanaian public university, which is a dream-come-true for him.
In the message, the excited gentleman used the opportunity to express immense gratitude towards his family and superiors who mentored and supported him.
"I want to thank my Mum, Mr Felix Ekow Eshun, Mr Peter Adjei, Mrs Rosemond Ampoti, Mrs Mary Amponsah, Mrs Sena Abosti and all the staff at the National Investment Bank Kaneshie branch. In fact, I can't mention all the names. Thank you for investing in my life God bless you all," he said.
In a different heartwarming story, Tsatsu Tsikata, the renowned Ghanaian lawyer and lead counsel for the petitioner in the just-ended 2021 election petition hearing at the Supreme Court sat on the KSM Show recently.
In a full video that was seen by YEN.com.gh on YouTube, Tsatsu recounted how he made history in his time by successfully writing and passing entrance exams when he was only eight years old.
Tsatsu Tsikata also disclosed that he was made to jump classes for his brilliant performances and studied for five years in primary school instead of the regular six.
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