- A pretty young lady from UEW called Annabell Ewurakuwaa Stephens fends for herself through vulcanizing, a skill she learned from her brother
- According to Annabell, her singer mother sells cassava to help her with tuition but she is able to take care of accommodation & upkeep
- The beautiful 22-year-old lady is a student of Graphic Design at the popular Ghanaian public university
Annabell Ewurakuwaa Stephens, a beautiful 22-year-old lady who studies Graphic Design at the University of Education, Winneba, has ventured into a male-dominated job with great enthusiasm.
Narrating her inspirational story in an interview with YEN.com.gh, Annabell indicates that she is able to take care of all her personal needs with the income she generates from the work.
"My mom is a single parent who sells cassava at the market and uses it to help me pay my fees but my accommodation and upkeep money is obtained from the work I do during vacations", she said.
According to her, although a lot of people try to discourage her from keeping up with the vulcanizing job, she relentlessly keeps working hard on it.
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Annabell tells YEN.com.gh she learned the skill that is considered tedious from her brother and she got good at it after she kept practicing it for some time.
The stunning young lady further indicates that her plan is to finish her national service and after that, adequately figure out how she can combine the knowledge she has gained in school with the skill she has developed.
University of Ghana graduate sells water for a living
Mushroompreneur who graduated from the University of Ghana in 2017 disclosed that he sells packaged water.
Unlike most graduates who complete their programs at the university only to depend on the government for employment, Mushroompreneur is making a living by selling bottled and sachet water.
He took to Twitter to advertise his business and asked his followers to retweet to help him attract customers.
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