WASSCE: Ghanaian Who Finished As One Of The Best Students In His School Becomes A Business Founder

WASSCE: Ghanaian Who Finished As One Of The Best Students In His School Becomes A Business Founder

  • Ebenezer Boadi is the founder of Inquiring Minds Bookstore, a book business he started in 2016 with GH¢300
  • He's an alumnus of SDA Senior High School in Kenyasi-Kumasi, where he finished as one of the best students
  • The former University of Ghana learner recalled his journey to selling books and starting his venture, motivating people

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Ghanaian business founder Ebenezer Boadi has disclosed that he started his bookstore with GH¢300 as he recalled how he started the business in 2016.

The University of Ghana alumnus remembers borrowing GH¢500 from his mother to start the venture.

Photo of Ebenezer Boadi.
Ghanaian business owner Ebenezer Boadi recalls how he started his venture. Photo credit: Inquiring Minds Bookstore.
Source: Facebook

How it all started

Boadi said he gave GH¢200 to a supplier to import books to help him commence the business, but the books have yet to arrive.

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''So, I started Inquiring Minds Bookstore with GH¢300 in November 2016; our best marketing strategy was to move from office to office, helping people to get Christian books and Bibles,'' he said in a post on Instagram.

Before establishing his business, he quit his administrator position at a hospital to start selling books.

Boadi is a former SDA Senior High School student in Kenyasi-Kumasi, where he emerged as one of the best students in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

He headed to the university to specialise in Health Service Administration. His journey to starting a book venture has inspired many.

Read his full post below:

Reactions to the account of Ebenezer Boadi

His story inspired many, as some celebrated him. YEN.com.gh selected some of the uplifting remarks.

Edward Kwabena Parry Opare-Ababio mentioned:


Samuel Osei Mensah commented:

A journey worth pursuing. Heads up, Sir.

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Isabella Awoenam posted:

Inspiring, can't wait for the continuation.

Mimi Akosua Ayeh said:

Super inspiring story. God's grace and favour are always abundant when you are operating in your calling. Keep soaring.

Afua Twumwaa reacted:

This is beautiful to read and very inspiring. Waiting for the continuation.

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Previously, YEN.com.gh reported that Kojo Soboh had quite an easy childhood and education due to his father's occupation as a geologist in the mines.

His father's work provided him and his family a comfortable existence, but the scion of the Soboh family would take a very different path.

The founder of EMY Africa wanted to unite and entertain people, which would later influence his path to becoming an entertainer and event producer.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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