Qualified Ghanaian nurse who sells 'bofrot' for a living shares inspiring story (Photos)

Qualified Ghanaian nurse who sells 'bofrot' for a living shares inspiring story (Photos)

- A Ghanaian male registered general nurse has shared his story on a Facebook page

- The young health professional who now sells 'bofrot' wanted to use his story to motivate others to hustle hard

- He shared a photo of his certificate to prove that he was indeed a qualified health professional

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A young Ghanaian man who is believed to be a qualified health professional but now sells 'bofrot' has shared his story on a popular Facebook page to inspire others.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Facebook page Abena Manokekame, the young man indicated that even though selling 'bofrot' was not what he set out to do, circumstances put him in that spot.

The man believed to be called Samuel Sam admonished people to take bold steps in life if indeed they want to make a change in their lives.

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Qualified Ghanaian nurse who sells 'bofrot' for a living shares inspiring story (Photos)

Samuel Sam. Source: Facebook/Abena Manokekame
Source: Facebook

He went on to add that he had not completely abandoned his nursing career but was working on an educative platform that sought to provide easy and accessible healthcare delivery for all.

His post on Facebook read:

"Good morning auntie Abena.... Thank you for the magnificent work you're doing...

I just want to use my story to motivate somebody today. I know someone's story might be worse.

I just want my fellow ladies and gentlemen out there to take the bold steps of doing something for themselves.

I'm a graduate nurse and YES I hustle for a living .. Where I come from, for a guy at my age to be selling the things I sell, it takes lots of balls, but trust me, nothing stops me...

I must admit that I have nothing, but one thing I know is, I don't have to get everything sorted out before I can make i change. That's why I still run an educative platform that seeks to bring healthcare to your doorstep. (THE HOME NURSE).

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To cut the long story short, I want to encourage all the unemployed youths out there, TO GET OUT OF THEIR COMFORT ZONES and take on a challenge... Get yourself a business.

Remember, the difference between a JOB and a BUSINESS is simply:

JOB: your children can't inherit your job.

BUSINESS: Can be passed on to your children..

Have a blessed day.."

Many followers of the popular Facebook page took to the comment section to hail Samuel over his bold decision to move out and make things happen.

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young Ghanaian man who has relocated to the United States of America, Jonas Twene, has managed to gain some sort of popularity with his self-recorded videos.

The young man is noted for trolling Ghana as he compares the West African state's level of development to that of America.

To Jonas Twene, Ghana is developing at a snail's pace as compared to that of USA and goes on to add that nothing really works in Ghana.

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Source: Yen

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