Doris Darkwa: The lady who got disabled at 3 and denied many jobs now runs own company

Doris Darkwa: The lady who got disabled at 3 and denied many jobs now runs own company

- A lady by name Doris Darkwa has revealed her touching life story in a video interview

- According to Doris, she got amputated when she was 3 and grew up struggling to find a job due to her condition

- Doris Darkwa has now set up her own enterprise and has also found love

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Doris Darkwa, a Ghanaian lady who got disabled on one arm when she was three years old has succeeded in setting up her own company after she was denied several jobs due to her condition.

The lady narrated her heartbreaking story on Joy Prime's morning show which was a very emotional time.

Speaking to hosts Jay Foley and Emefa Mamaga, Doris revealed that she was involved in a terrible accident as a toddler when her arm entered a running corn mill and got chopped off.

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She healed after months but had to live with the physical and emotional pain many years after. A major one was in her life of searching for a job.

According to Doris Darkwa, she was ready to give her all in any firm that decided to hire her but unfortunately, no company was ready to take her on, no matter how hard she tried.

The lady recalled moments where she would write applications, get shortlisted and even undergo phone interviews successfully. The scheduled date for work would come, she would show up and at the sight of her, be given one excuse or another.

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Life kept on going that way but Doris decided never to give up.

Now, life feels so much better as she has surmounted all those challenges.

Doris Darkwa runs her own company and has finally also found the love of her life. The 32-year-old lady now glows with so much confidence.

Watch her entire interview below:

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Women have been doing amazing works in recent times.

Earlier, reported that history has been made in the United Kingdom as Abena Oppong-Asare became the first female Ghanaian-British to win a parliamentary seat, accruing 48% of total votes cast.

It was reported that Abena Oppong-Asare stood on the ticket of the Labour Party and has been elected as the next MP for Erith and Thamesmead.

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