- Nana Yaw Flowking, a young Ghanaian has shared a motivating grass to grace story
- The young man posted photos of when he used to hawk ice cream and his current state in a Facebook group to mark his birthday
- Yaw Flowking urged members to help him thank God for how far he has brought him
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Hard work pays and Nana Yaw Flowking, a proud Ghanaian young man has inspired many with his unique story.
After years of hawking yogurt on the streets, Nana Yaw used life’s bitter lemons offered him to change his fate.
The young man who once sold icecream to earn a living shared his inspirational 'rags to riches' story on Facebook.
Nana Yaw Flowking, indicated that after years of hawking ice cream on the streets to support himself, he overcame the odds and has now left the country making better gains abroad.
Flowking shared a two-variant collage of a past photo carrying packs of yogurt and a current photo dashing with new looks.
From hawking ice cream on the streets, he proudly owned his laudable strides.
While Flowking may not be at where he plans to be, the young man shared the images in a popular Facebook group to ask members to help him celebrate how far he has come.
''Today is my Birthday. can i get 1k wishes. Show me love for how far the lord has brought me,'' Nana Yaw Flowking said.
Nana Yaw Flowkings images have garnered motivating reactions after he shared it online.
Lucy Asamoah wrote: ''Yes God makes all things possible, with Grace happy birthday to you wishing you all the best in your life time Amen nd thank you Jesus.''
Rebecca Ohenewaa said: ''Awww Onyame ahebi ampa. His name shd be praised.''
In other stories, YEN.com.gh being more than just a cloth, Kente is a powerful visual representation of the Ghanaian history, social values, among others and actress Nana Ama McBrown amplified these features during her daughter Maxin’s one-year birthday.
Nana Ama McBrown highlighted the visual outlook of Kente and the beautiful African beads she and Maxin wore while marking her child’s birthday.
Even at a very young age, Mcbrown is teaching her daughter to appreciate one of the key symbols of the Ghanaian heritage, pride, its history, powerful narrative and cultural Ghanaian ethics.
While it may not be immediately known to the mother or child, one could tell the prestige, nobility and cultural sophistication in the photos McBrown splashed on social media as she proudly celebrated her child’s birth as a mother.
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