KNUST Graduate: Brilliant Former First-Class Student Turns Car Sprayer In Her Father's Garage

KNUST Graduate: Brilliant Former First-Class Student Turns Car Sprayer In Her Father's Garage

  • Francisca Amoah, a graduate of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), now works as a car sprayer
  • Reports say the resilient young lady earned a first-class degree in Economics from the reputable Ghanaian establishment
  • However, she had to venture into the automobile sector by learning and mastering the craft of car spraying inside her father's garage

First-class graduate Francisca Amoah is said to have graduated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology but now works as a car sprayer.

The young lady performs her daily routine of spraying vehicles in her father’s garage.

Photos of Francisca Amoah.
KNUST graduate with first-class turns car sprayer in her father's garage. Photo credit: Ghanaweb/MyInfoGH/Mentor Mandate Gh (Facebook).
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According to reports, Amoah had to learn the skill because she could not secure a job after her national service at the Lands Commission. She then decided to join her father in his spraying job so she could earn something to survive.

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Amoah urged young people to combine classroom study with vocation training. She hopes her experience would inspire unemployed graduates who are still looking for a white-collar job to try something new by learning a skill.

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