They said I was too short - Ghanaian lady on how her dream to be a police ended (VIDEO)

They said I was too short - Ghanaian lady on how her dream to be a police ended (VIDEO)

- Comfort Brobbey, a beautiful young lady had a dream of becoming a policewoman in Ghana but that was not to be

- According to her, she was told that the only requirement she did not meet was the minimum height

- Comfort now sells bed sheets, curtains and blankets at the market with the help of her sister

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A Ghanaian market lady who identifies herself as Comfort Brobbey has narrated how her dream to become a policewoman never came to pass.

In an interview with SV TV sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube channel of the organization, Comfort indicated that she was told her height was not up to the requirement of the police force.

The news was heartbreaking for the young woman who, after the experience, picked up herself and has now become a market woman.

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Comfort's sister offered to engage her in the business of selling bed sheets, blankets and curtains which she has been doing for two years now.

According to the young mother of one, she starts work at the market latest by 7:30 in the morning and 4:30 in the evening.

The young lady further indicates that although she used to make a total of about GHc 400 on a daily basis, out of which she gets GHc 40 as profit, that has been lowered significantly by the advent of COVID-19 and she hardly makes profit these days.

A statement on Jobberman indicates that a person must be at least 5 feet 8 inches (173cm) tall for Males and 5 feet 4 inches (163cm) for females to join the police force

In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, Akua Safomaa, a young Ghanaian high school graduate is defying odds by engaging in the sale of cabbage in order to gather money and fund herself through tertiary school.

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In an interview with SV TV Africa sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube channel of the organization, Akua indicated that she graduated from high school in 2019.

According to the hardworking young lady, she has since been unable to enrol in a tertiary school because of lack of money, as her grades are excellent.

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