- A young determined lady who sells fuel in gallons to motorbikers to make a living has opened up about her life
- Millicent Aheto revealed that she worked with a Chinese restaurant but lost her job when the business closed down
- The determined lady, who makes GH¢3 profit per gallon, believes there is more dignity in earning one's own money despite the challenges
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A young lady named Millicent Aheto has braved the odds of life by selling fuel at a mechanic shop to motorbikers to eke a living.
Her previous job
Speaking in an interview with DJ Nyaami of SVTV Africa, Aheto revealed that she worked at a Chinese restaurant but lost her job after the business closed down.
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''I was paid GHS300 at the Chinese restaurant, but they eventually increased it to GHS700 until it collapsed.''
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Making a living from selling fuel
Aheto disclosed that she started selling fuel to make a living because she didn't want to stay home idle. She buys a gallon of fuel for GH¢46.00 and makes GH¢3.00 after every sale, she said.
The young lady shared that the highest profit she's made is GH¢20, but she is hopeful about the future.
Aheto believes there is more dignity in making one's own money than sleeping around for cash.
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