Emmanuel Binditi: Security guard who always dreamt of becoming a doctor finally in the medical field

Emmanuel Binditi: Security guard who always dreamt of becoming a doctor finally in the medical field

- A former security officer at SSNIT by the name Emmanuel Binditi is gradually fulfilling his dream of becoming a medical doctor

- Emmanuel always dreamt of becoming a doctor, but none of that yielded for a lack of money although he finished high school with flying colours

- However, after saving for several months as a security officer, Emmanuel was assisted by a good Samaritan to pursue a Physician Assistant degree

- He hopes to take this to the next level by becoming a medical doctor

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Emmanuel Binditi, a Ghanaian young man who used to work as a security officer at SSNIT in 2015 but always dreamt of becoming a medical doctor has successfully ventured into the medical field.

According to Theghanareport.com, Emmanuel is the firstborn of seven children and life has been extremely difficult for him in Accra right from the time he was brought by his dad to seek quality education.

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From Bogni, a village in the Nanumba North District, he was sent to live with his granduncle at Agbogbloshie in Accra, Ghana’s largest foodstuff market.

Emmanuel Binditi: Security guard who always dreamt of becoming doctor finally in the medical field
Emmanuel Binditi: Security guard who always dreamt of becoming doctor finally in the medical field Credit: theghanareport.com
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In 2011, Emmanuel graduated from the Kadjebi Asato Senior High School with flying colours but could not make it into any tertiary institution for a lack of financial support.

In the interim, the brilliant young man let go of his medical ambition and joined Obrad Security Service in 2015 after which he was posted to the SSNIT Pension House in Accra.

After spending two years there, he was able to save GHc 1,500 from his GHc 220 monthly salary and applied to the University of Ghana but could not pay the admission fee of GHc 3,000.

However, with help from his parents and a good Samaritan, Emmanuel managed to get GHC5000 to enrol for a four-year Physician Assistant degree programme at Narh-Bita College

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"Currently, I am doing clinical at the Tema General Hospital, but I still have the desire to study to become a medical doctor,” he revealed his plans for the future after graduation this year," he said.

In another interesting story, Dr Kwasi Agbleme, a former Keta Senior High Technical School and University of Ghana student is now breaking grounds at Harvard University at the Harvard Center for Biological Imaging (HCBI).

According to his profiling sighted by YEN.com.gh on mcb.harvard.edu, Dr Agbleme grew up at Denu in the Volta Region after which he went to UG to study Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences for his first degree.

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