Meet the Legon graduate who sells 'pure water' to make a living, inspires many online

Meet the Legon graduate who sells 'pure water' to make a living, inspires many online

- A youth entrepreneur with the social media handle, @mushroompreneur, has inspired netizens with a post he shared online

- Mushroompreneur disclosed that he is a graduate of the University of Ghana, adding that he sells bottled and sachet water to make a living

- His post has inspired netizens

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A youth entrepreneur and alumnus of the University of Ghana who sells bottled and sachet water to make a living has inspired netizens with a post he shared online.

Mushroompreneur who graduated from the University of Ghana in 2017 disclosed that he sells packaged water.

Unlike most graduates who complete their programmes at the university only to depend on the government for employment, Mushroompreneur is making a living by selling bottled and sachet water.

Meet the Legon graduate who now sells 'pure water' to make a living, inspires many online
Meet the Legon graduate who now sells 'pure water' to make a living, inspires many online. Image: crabbimedia
Source: Twitter

He took to Twitter to advertise his business and asked his followers to retweet to help him attract customers.

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''Please I am a graduate of the University of Ghana. I sell bottled and sachet water. My next customer could be on your timeline,'' his post read.

In a follow-up post, Mushroompreneur, who is also into animal farming said, ''Dear Twitter, I'm a budding entrepreneur (Agripreneur). I completed the University of Ghana Legon in 2017 with a specialty in animal science. I want to expand my business. 10,000. Retweet won’t be bad.''

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Kwesi Tumtum, an alumnus of the Central University's Business School recounted how he nearly quit his ambition of becoming a graduate due to challenges.

According to Kwesi Tumtum who is now a graduate, he returned to Ghana in 2017 to pursue a degree at the prestigious Ghanaian university.

He, however, did not anticipate that the four-year programme would be demanding and require dedication, commitment amid challenges to complete.

In other news, business mogul and CEO of Dansafriy Company Limited, Dereck Danso Afriyie, has feted his wealth at a housewarming party to unveil his huge East Legon six-bedroom mansion.

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The mansion located in an affluent area in Accra offers many deluxe bedrooms including a large master suite, bathrooms, and airy living room space for visitors.

The luxury touches including the interior and exterior and the elegant sitting room make it a lovely place for one to grow up and a welcoming place for family and friends.

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