- Ohene Agyekum is a Ghanaian ex-convict who was released from jail two years ago
- He was sacked from work and ejected from the house after his boss found out that he had been incarcerated
- Ohene Agyekum now owns his business
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Ghanaian ex-convict, Ohene Agyekum, who was dismissed from work after his employer was informed that he was once incarcerated, now owns his own shop.
Agyekum was jailed for a crime that has not been disclosed. However, he was released from jail two years ago.
YEN.com.gh gathered that while serving time in jail he acquired tailoring skills to become useful to himself.
After his release, Agyekum got himself a job as a tailor in Koforidua and worked so hard to the admiration of his boss.
His employer at the time gave him a place to stay because of his hard work but later had him evicted after he found out that he had been incarcerated.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that through Crime Check TV's Ex-Convict Reintegration Project supported by Christian Atsu, Ohene Agyekum received two industrial sewing machines at a cost of GHc2,600 and a cash amount of GHc4,000.
In a heart-warming turn of events, Agyekum has been able to establish his own business and has named his shop "GOD'S PENCIL HAS NO ERASER"
According to Crime Check TV, the caption is a reminder of the pains he has gone through after he was dismissed from his job by his boss after the boss got to know he is an ex-convict.
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