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From young cocaine trafficker to KNUST graduate, the story of Debrah Sarpong

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Debrah Sarpong, a phone repairer, who later turned into a shoeshine boy and subsequently ended up at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) as a student studying science in accounting and finance, has finally graduated.

At the age of 12, on the street of Kumasi Amakom, Master Debrah started the hustle on a bad note by pushing drugs.

Though he was not a user of the drugs, he distributed the drugs. When later he realised the dangers involved, he quit and began repairing phones before moving to the shoeshine business.

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The shoeshine business became the game-changer which literally set him up for studies at KNUST.

Read his full story below:

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