- A young female graduate from Nigeria called Amarachi Okafor was able to start two businesses before leaving school
- The startups the brilliant young lady initiated were serving clients with car wash and paint services, which are both male-dominated industries
- Amarachi's amazing achievement garnered massive reactions on social media
Our Manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in
Amarachi Okafor, a young Nigerian lady, has been celebrated on her day of graduation as she was able to set up two all-girls businesses when she was a student.
The story was shared on social media by Enugu Metropolitan Network in a heartwarming post sighted by YEN.com.gh on their official Twitter handle.
According to the report, Amarachi graduated from Nnamdi Azikiwe University in Awka, Nigeria.
See post below:
Interestingly, the startups the brilliant young lady initiated were serving clients with car wash and paint services. Both are male-dominated industries.
Seeing the great work Amarachi had done to combine business with studies when she was a student, social media users could not help but shower praises on her.
Chuky Unadulterated celebrated the young girls but also sent a word of caution:
eugen_ogbodo indicated that the all-girls movement was wonderful and great:
According to Charles A. Opurum, Amarachi is the true definition of a slay queen:
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that Shamima Opoku Amankwah, a brilliant girl who grew up in Ghana, left Wesley Girls' SHS when she was in year one and ended up becoming the best graduating student at Our Lord Secondary School in Canada.
In an interview with YEN.com.gh, the small lady reveals that she is originally Canadian but spent most of her formative years in Ghana.
Shamima attended The Ridge School from inception to junior high school, after which she went to Wesley Girls' and then left Ghana the following year.
Enjoy reading our stories? Download YEN's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major Ghana news!
Senior Minister, Osafo-Maafo, tests positive for COVID-19:
Got a national or human interest story you think we should know?
Get interactive via our Facebook page