- Wonder Jodocus is a graduate nurse who runs his own business as an okada rider
- He earned a Bachelor of Public Health Nursing degree from the University of Health and Allied Sciences
- The 26-year-old nurse is hunting a new lucrative job that is less risky
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Though Wonder Jodocus was born into a financially disadvantaged family, he refused to throw in the towel and has earned a degree from the University of Health and Allied Sciences.
After years of braving the odds, he graduated with a Bachelor of Public Health Nursing degree from the prestigious university in July 2019 and completed his mandatory national service at the Richard Novati Catholic Hospital (Comboni) at Sogakope in the Volta Region.
''I started and completed my mandatory national service this year from April 2020 to April 2021.''
Determined not to remain unemployed after his service to the nation, he used his savings to purchase a motorbike to work for himself as a dispatch.
But the risk involved in the business is compelling him to look elsewhere to make a decent living.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh, Wonder Jodocus disclosed that the business is lucrative, but he fears for his life.
''I own the bike; I bought it with the service money,'' he said, adding that: I'm currently riding okada to keep myself going. The business is lucrative, but the risk involved is the problem,'' he told YEN.com.gh.
Wonder Jodocus, aged 26, indicated that he would ''like to practice at any institution that'll give him a chance.''
He shared beautiful photos with YEN.com.gh. See the snaps below:
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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Ghanaian football coach, James Eduful, aspires to be the first physically challenged coach for any of the national teams, who will bring home not just glory but also a trophy.
Eduful has overcome challenges and hopes to make history as the first person living with a disability to coach Ghana's Black Stars.
In an interview with SVTV Africa, Eduful, affectionately called Coach Sympathy, recounted his success story and how he overcame the rounds of difficulties.
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