Noble Wisdom Dordoe: Meet Ghanaian man who Moved from Being a Truck Pusher to Multi Award Winning CEO

Noble Wisdom Dordoe: Meet Ghanaian man who Moved from Being a Truck Pusher to Multi Award Winning CEO

  • A young Ghanaian man known as Noble Wisdom Dordoe has recently shared some of the jobs he had to take up e to financial struggles
  • Noble revealed that he had to work as a truck pusher at a point until he was able to take himself through ool
  • The current Fidelity Bank Ghana's Merchant Acquiring Specialist doubles as the chief executive officer of a undation called Give M

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Noble Wisdom Dordoe, a vibrant Ghanaian man has recently taken to social media to open up abjourney to becoming the chief executive officer of a foundation that seeks to help needy children and the defenseless in the society.

Resorting to his LinkedIn timeline, Noble sharehat due to low financial status of his family, he first had to work as a truck pusher and then moved to selling yoghurt.

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Ghanaian man narrates how he had to take various jobs to afford going to school
Truck pusher, Noble in his graduation robe and posing for the camera Photo credit: Noble Wisdom Dordoe
Source: UGC

Eventually, he became a security guard, after which he worked as a messenger.

After working for sometime, he gathered enough money and was able to go to the university.

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Noble intimated that the struggles he encountered while growing up encouraged him to start a foundation which has been of help to a number of people.

His foundation, Give Me Hope, has been operating for 10 years now, according to his post.

Noble Wisdom Dordoe doubles as a Merchant Acquiring Specialist at Fidelity Bank Ghana.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a 51-year-old truck pusher known in public as Yeboah stationed at Agbogbloshie took it upon himself to prepare heavy meals for underprivileged children in his community.

What happens is that Yeboah tries so hard to prepare fufu and groundnut soup for these children every morning before leaving for work. According to Yeboah, he spends a little over GH¢50 daily on the meal. So far, Yeboah has received the praise of many who now call him "Fufu on wheels".

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It even gets so interesting when a truck pusher who makes less than 100 cedis on a normal working day could pull off such a philanthropic move just to put a smile on the faces of hungry, underprivileged kids

Source: YEN.com.gh

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