University of Ghana: After quitting his banking job for medical school in 2019, man becomes a doctor

After quitting his job at the bank to enroll at the University of Ghana Medical School, Joshua Kamal has finally achieved his ambition of becoming a doctor.

He embarked on the academic journey in 2019, putting other dreams on the back burner to pursue a career in the medical field.

After quitting his banking job for medical school in 2019, the man graduated from the University of Ghana. Photo credit: @jydejoshua.
Source: Twitter

In a message on Xhe admits that it was difficult to get into medical school because he had been away from his books for a long time.

“I quit my job at the bank in January to pursue my dream of becoming a doctor; many people thought I was delusional.”[The] entrance exam was the hardest thing I had to study for. Not only because of MEDICAL SCHOOL, I haven’t been a student for a while. APRIL 1, 2019 – I’m participating,” he said.

Years after he undertook the brave journey, he has made commendable progress in the medical school.

“November 15, 2023! I’m done; I wrapped the MBChB. I read this tweet and it immediately took me back to 2019: the anxiety, the stress, the internal chaos, the hmmmmm. Look at the work of God in my life, Dr. Joshua Kamal,” he updated his followers on X.

Read his post from 2023 below:

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Peeps praise Joshua Kamal

@levyngrey stated:

Congratulations, Dr.

@jydejoshua replied:

Thank you.

@Oluwamidunsin responded:

Congratulations Doc! This is just the beginning. Even more excellent you.

@jydejoshua responded:

Amen. Thank you, doctor.

@shareorgasm said:

I wish I could muster your courage.

@NehryBibs stated:

Congratulations. Someone please teach me even though I thought medicine is 6 years?

@___Eclampsia replied:

There is a Graduate Entry Medical Program (GEMP), which lasts four years, but you can only enter with a first degree from a health-related program (nursing, midwifery, medical laboratory).

@jerrisonbernard posted:

Congratulations, Joshua.

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