- A young Ghanaian man named Teye Eric Kwao has become a successful mason after he failed to achieve his childhood dream
- According to Eric, he had longed to become a medical doctor but when that failed, he went ahead to study building and construction at Koforidua Technical University
- Eric is an alumnus of Akuse Methodist Senior High Technical School and mentions that commitment and confidence are what keep him going
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Teye Eric Kwao, an ambitious Ghanaian gentleman, has become a master in masonry after failing to achieve his childhood dream as a medical doctor.
Information obtained directly by YEN.com.gh's Edward Asare indicated that Eric is an alumnus of Akuse Methodist Senior High Technical School.
After that, he proceeded to study building and construction at the Koforidua Technical University when he couldn't get admission into medical school.
Speaking on what keeps driving him to make it regardless, Eric said:
I failed to achieve my childhood dream of becoming a doctor, but what's kept me going is commitment and confidence
The hardworking young man who went a step further to study entrepreneurship and leadership has revealed that he has become a master in the business.
"I think I am almost done with my master's study, regardless of the challenges in life, the right attitude has helped me in all I have faced," he said.
In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, Faith The Model, a young senior high school model is undertaking a project with a law firm called Legal Empire to educate Ghanaians on lawsuits.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Faiththemodelgh, Faith mentioned that her project will show the public how the Law should work for them and not against them.
It is indicated that all of this started after the fast-rising model was battling some family issues concerning inheritance and stumbled on related content on the Internet from the pages of Legal Empire.
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