- A beautiful Ghanaian single mum of 2 named Jennifer Enyonam Nyavor has self-started a secondhand clothing line
- It is reported that the affordable wholesale shop is located at Labadi in Accra and is available on 0266392934
- Jennifer's story is amazing as many stories fly around lately about ladies engaging in unwholesome acts for income
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Jennifer Enyonam Nyavor, a beautiful Ghanaian mother of two has painstakingly self-started a wholesale secondhand clothing line to support herself and fend for her children.
Information obtained directly by YEN.com.gh sighted on the official Instagram handle of Factsandtruths_official indicates that Jenniffer sells bales of clothes for different sizes of children or adults.
It is indicated Jenniffer's kids are six and 12, and she is striving to provide for them in the best way she can, instead of looking out for financial assistance from elsewhere.
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It appears that Jennifer Enyonam Nyavor's initiative has come at the right time as Christmas festivities are just around the corner, and many charity organizations need such goods to give out.
It is also reported that Jennifer's small business is called MJay Clothes and she runs her shop from Labadi in the Greater Accra Region, available on 0266392934.
News articles of beautiful ladies using different means to extract money from men rather than working for themselves keep flying around, which makes Jennifer's initiative really inspiring.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also published that Augustina Kwesie Osabutey, an adorable 28-year-old Ghanaian lady currently pursues her PhD after rising from a place of limited means.
In a one-on-one chat with YEN.com.gh's Edward Asare, Augustina indicated that she is at the South Dakota State University as a PhD student in Agricultural, Biosystems and Mechanical Engineering.
The young beauty also has a Master's Certificate in Ecological Restoration as well as a Master's Degree in Environmental Engineering from the Montana Technological University.
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