- A young Ghanaian lady who now sells yam by the roadside said she's better off compared to when she worked for a company
- According to the lady named Akua Attah, she both has all the time she needs and more money than she used to make
- Akua advised her fellow ladies not to depend on men for livelihood as it is possible to make a living for themselves
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Akua Attah, a beautiful and young Ghanaian lady who sells yam by the roadside in Accra, has given a breathtaking narration of what made her quit a job she had with a company.
In an interview with SV TV Africa, Akua indicated that she was working with a Lebanese company that is located at Tema Community 4 but she found it hard to make ends meet.
According to Akua, she is now able to take care of herself more decently after taking the bold step to quit the job and start working for herself.
"I was working at a Lebanese company in Tema Community 4. They used to pay us daily wages of GHc12. Life was really tough because I had to pay for my transportation from that amount. But now, things are much better as I sell for myself"
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Akua Attah also used the opportunity to advise other ladies not to depend on men or squeeze themselves to work for companies that don't value them.
"Although there are limited opportunities in Ghana, you can make a decent living for yourself if you just put shyness aside and hustle," Akua added.
Watch the full interview below
Another lady reveals why she stopped working for companies to sell in the market
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, a Ghanaian lady in her 20s who has a good level of experience working with companies has indicated that in her view, selling at the market is far better.
an interview with SV TV Africa sighted by YEN.com.gh, the lady who did not disclose her name mentioned that she once worked for Rebecca Fashion, Cosmo Sea Foods Company Limited, Tema Flour Mills, and Kingdom Exim Ghana Limited.
Although she did not categorically mention her level of education, the lady's posturing sounded like a person who was well educated.