- A retired nurse, Victoria Duah Honu, has launched two business projects in Ghana after about 30 years in South Africa
- She has opened a salon and also started trading in apparel after the salon gained popularity
- Honu began planning for her business projects in March 2017 and started with them in November of the same year
For 61-year-old retiree, Victoria Duah Honu, leaving her main profession was not exactly a bitter pill for her to swallow.
She retired to Ghana after spending over 30 years in South Africa and then set in motion plans for her business.
Preparations began in March 2017 and she was ready for the next phase of her life eight months later.
Honu revealed that her work of eight years as a nurse became a challenge when she started a family.
The main reason, she explained, was that work-life balance turned out to be too much to handle.
She therefore enrolled in a hairdressing school in South Africa and later opened a salon, African Beauty.
Honu soon added an apparel business, Images d’afrique, when the salon gained popularity.
The decision, per a report by businessworldghana.com, was reached after she began receiving compliments from friends when she wore her African prints from Ghana.
In other news, Patti Davis, daughter of former United States of America (USA) president, Ronald Reagan, has reacted to the leaked tape which captured racist remarks attributed to her father.
According to her, “there is no defense, no rationalization, no suitable explanation for what my father said on that taped phone conversation.”
Davis disclosed that the comment passed by her father about Africans made her cry.
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