- Three years ago, Mabel Alukbadek moved to Accra to seek greener pastures and further her education
- She worked as a minibus conductor popularly referred to as trotro mate to cater for her needs
- Through the help of some Good Samaritans, she studied Systems Engineering at Intercom Programming and Manufacturing Co (IPMC)
- Alukbadek has finally landed a job as an IT End User Support Officer at Fidelity Bank
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Formerly a minibus conductor, better known as trotro mate, Mabel Alukbadek, has landed a job as an IT End User Support Officer at the head office of Fidelity Bank.
Three years ago, the young determined woman moved from Sandema in the Upper East Region to Kumasi and later to Accra to seek greener pastures and further her education.
Alukbadek had always wanted to become a military officer but had to study Systems Engineering to enable her to pursue that dream.
Despite the financial constraints, she completed the programme at Intercom Programming and Manufacturing Co (IPMC) with the help of some Good Samaritans.
Eventually, she had the opportunity to work with certain institutions but lost her job almost a year now due to the pandemic.
In an interview with Kofi Adoma on Kofi TV recently, Alukbadek disclosed that she met a man who works as a Fiber Optic Technician.
''He asked me to perform a task in the same field though that was not the programme I studied at IMPC," she said.
Impressed by her performance after witnessing her perform the task, the man linked her to her new employers at Fidelity Bank.
In March 2021, Alukbadek finally gained employment as an IT End User Support Officer at the bank.
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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Kwaku Sintim-Misa, famously known as KSM, has averred that his peer group and the immediate generation ahead of him have failed the youth of Ghana.
The TV show host indicated that every responsible generation must ensure that they build on the positive legacies they inherited to benefit future generations.
Speaking in an interview on the Taxi Driver Show hosted by Blakk Rasta on Zylofon FM, the vocal Sintim-Misa decried the pace of development in the country, adding that his generation has failed to build on the positive legacies of their forebears.
In a separate story, after taking a long break from social media to focus on his education, the youngest son of Osei Kwame Despite, Saahene Osei, has flexed his dazzling sense of fashion on social media.
The teenage fashionista recently graduated from Tema International School and took to Instagram to announce the academic feat.
Saahene Osei was pictured donning his graduation robe in the visuals he posted on his page, which garnered positive comments from his followers.
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