- One woman's humble hustle of baking rock buns and then selling them for a living has caught the attention of the online community
- Popular Twitter user @kulanicool took to sharing a series of pictures showing the unknown woman preparing the baked goods
- The tweet received a huge reception as it attracted more than 7 500 likes and close to 1 300 retweets
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Many are drawing heaps of inspiration from one woman's humble hustle after she came to the attention of the online community.
Popular Twitter user @kulanicool took to sharing a series of pictures showing the unknown woman preparing the baked goods and then taking to the streets to start selling.
The caption read:
"May God bless her hustle."
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Not to be taken for granted is the effort that goes into her hustle, which is put on full display as she is pictured mass-producing the rock buns without any help.
The tweet received a huge reception as it attracted more than 7 500 likes and close to 1 300 retweets.
Humble hustle draws huge praise from Mzansi
YEN.com.gh went down the comments to bring readers the most awe-inspired reactions to the post.
"Scones baked in that type of oven are the ish. Where is she based?"
"Where is she selling from? If she makes this much quantity, she can also sell to businesses, mini restaurants, not only individuals."
"She is a winner. Matter of time I guarantee that."
"How do we support her hustle? Xmas is coming and we will need hampers."
"May her business grow even better and her wishes come true."
Lady employs 10 in her own businesses
In related news, YEN.com.gh recently reported that Abigail Gyanwah, a young lady who graduated from the University of Cape Coast in 2018, now runs two startups Shefata Clothing and Braids and Cuts Palace, which have a total of about 10 employees.
Speaking to YEN.com.gh, Abigail indicates that she decided to start something for herself when she was only in level 200 in the university because of the high unemployment rate in the country.
"Although my mother was not in full support at the time because she wanted me to focus on my studies, I still persevered and learned on YouTube how I could sew dresses myself. But now, she is proud of me," Abigail recalls.