- A college graduate recently received massive praise on social media following a strategic decision she made after completing national service.
- Amanda Adjei Fosua shared that she chose to open a cold room in her home when she applied for corporate jobs after school.
- He revealed that after months he still hasn’t landed a 9 to 5 job, but the business he decided to venture into has been thriving.
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Amanda Adjei Fosuaa, a driven Ghanaian woman, has recently recounted how she chose to make the best of a bad situation and how she benefited in the long run.
The LinkedIn post seen by yen.com.gh In Amanda’s timeline, she recounted that after completing her national service, she decided to open a cold store in her home while continuing to apply for corporate jobs in her field.
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Months later, she still hasn’t landed a 9-5 job, but Amanda is proud of her decision to do something for herself immediately after her service. According to her, business has been good.
Many who saw her post took to the comments section to share how impressive her move was. At the time of this publication, nearly 700 reactions and more than 40 comments have been gathered.
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Ghanaians react as Amanda Adjei Fosua opened a cold store after the National Service Scheme (NSS)
Jewel Kyei-Boakye commented:
Great move, I encourage you to continue this business with determination and it will expand to a level where you won’t need any outside work.
Kholo Nkoana replied:
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I look like you
Osborn Amankwah Yeboah said:
You will make an impact. You’ve already made it.
From Richard Gidi:
Everything big starts small. I like your openness to learn and try new things. I pray that you succeed in whatever you have in mind.
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In the meantime, yen.com.gh It was previously reported that David Appah, a young man who graduated from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, is now self-employed after starting his own small business with the knowledge he gained in school.
In a short documentary made about David by the World Food Program in Ghana, the 25-year-old mentioned that he studied Natural Resource Management, specializing in Fisheries and Aquaculture.
While serving his national service, the young man decided to save his GHc599 allowance and invest in an aquaculture business that was funded in part by a co-founder.
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