- Elorm is a Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) alumnus and the founder of Elorm Farms
- In an interview with YouTuber Wode Maya, he disclosed that he established his business with GH¢350
- The business owner, who started the venture with four piglets in his mum's kitchen three years ago, can now boast of almost 200 animals
Elorm, a former student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Ghana, has opened up about how he started his pig farms.
The business owner started his venture in his mother's kitchen, where he bought and raised his first four piglets.
How Elorm started funding the early stage of his business
The Agricultural Engineering degree holder told Ghanaian YouTuber Wode Maya that he purchased his first piglets with funds from his national service.
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''I was paid GH¢350 then. That's what I used to start the business,'' he told Wode Maya.
An accomplish childhood desire
Growing up, Elorm, an animal enthusiast, wanted to become a farmer. He turned his passion into a venture as an adult, which has paid off. After three years of starting the business with four piglets, he can now boast of nearly 200 animals.
Elorm revealed that apart from raising and selling pigs, he also grows and sells other farm produce.
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Previously, YEN.com.gh reported that two Ghanaian friends, Emmanuel Teye Jnr and Kyere, turned their passions into flourishing businesses after losing their paying jobs five years ago.
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Teye Jnr was laid off as an accounting manager and lost his source of income as a result, while Kyere also lost his field sales officer job.
The pair had to do menial jobs to survive, but life's unpleasant realities would compel them to start their own businesses.
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