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Tina Agyapong worked as a mental health nurse in Ghana’s Eastern Region for more than six years before she relocated to Ireland early this year.
She had one semester left of her self-financed degree programme at the University of Cape Coast when she received excellent IELTS results qualifying her for nursing jobs in Ireland.
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