- Efua Serwaa Akoto Addo is a professional female carpenter
- The young wood artisan is an alumna of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Ghana
- Akoto Addo recently shared impressive photos of her carpentry works on social media, which has garnered attention
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Young female carpenter, Efua Serwaa Akoto Addo, is a venturesome Ghanaian woman shattering barriers in a male-dominated occupation in the informal sector.
Despite the adversities of developing a career as a professional female carpenter, the former student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), is making remarkable gains in the field.
The talented wood artisan has become the favourite of many who want quality but affordable furnishing for their homes, including luxury chairs, tables, boujie dog kennel, among others.
Akoto Addo has taken to social media to display the recent work a client contracted her to design.
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Captioning the stunning photos of her work, the adventurous young creative revealed she had to challenge herself to build something different to satisfy her client, which is coming out beautifully as planned.
''So this time, I challenged myself to build a boujie dog kennel for a client. Coming out beautifully,'' her post read.
The impressive photos have garnered compliments from her pals on social media.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Ghanaian female painter Agartha is an industrious female professional who started working as a painter some months ago, owing to financial difficulty.
Determined to change her fate for a dignified life, she started painting. Agartha admits that painting requires commitment, hard work, and loyalty.
''This work is very hard. If you're loyal, you'll get money, but if you're not loyal, it'll be difficult for you because, by my observation, I've seen that people like the truth,'' Agartha revealed.
In other news, a single mother of one, Princess Amoah, has opened up about the negative impact of growing up in a fractured home on her life.
Affectionately called Akosua Dopekid, Princess Amoah revealed she dropped out of school while she was living with her single mother.
Princess Amoah disclosed her parents divorced while she was still in primary school, which affected her performance in primary school and later in secondary school.
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