- Rita Kusi, a Ghanaian businesswoman has launched a business in the name of her daughter
- The little girl is only one-year-old but has become a CEO of her own company called The Grace Collection
- The story has since been amassing heartwarming comments from social media users and YEN.com.gh compiled some of the most compelling ones
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An amazing Ghanaian mother, Rita Kusi, has taken an admirable step of launching a hair bow line business for her daughter just when the baby turned a year old.
Recounting the heartwarming story on her LinkedIn handle, Rita labelled her child as a boss baby who would be making the handcrafted African-inspired hair bow line for kids.
Dubbed 'The Grace Collection,' the products, according to the young entrepreneur's mother would be created with every little girl in mind and also made with love.
"Yesterday, my daughter celebrated her first birthday and I officially became #Momager," were Rita's own words.
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What social media users are saying
Felicia Opoku-Folitse mentioned:
Rita Kusi Ahu! Welcome to the “Momaging” club! Get ready for her instruction when she starts to talk and realize she has a business to her name .. lol. All the best.
Cynthia Mawulawoe Kodowu FLPI, ACIPD who is a compensation and benefits specialist and talent management specialist said:
Congratulations to you both and belated wishes sweet princess Elori. We love you munchoooo
Marilyn Asare Bediako stated:
So beautiful...happy birthday to her. Waiting to meet her
Brilliant young lady becomes CEO
In an equally interesting story, a woman identified as Stephynie Malik has taken to social media to inspire people that success is achievable no matter what they may be experiencing in life.
Taking a trip down memory lane Taking to her LinkedIn page to share her story, the woman said she was three years when her father drowned, adding that the tragic incident resulted in mental illness for her mum that was left untreated.
According to Stephynie, her mum became hyper abusive. She said she spent her childhood mostly on her own and was fully emancipated at the age of 15.
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