- Two hardworking Ghanaians have got many wishing them well online as they make ends meet at the Dzorwulo traffic light
- A well-dressed man called John was seen with his calabash of asaana going about his day
- His partner, Adwoa, who was carrying loaves of bread, was also seen beaming with joy
A picture of a man identified as John and a lady called Adwoa hustling together on the streets of Accra has caused quite the stir among netizens.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Facebook page of Nana Tea had the man looking very well dressed in his neatly iron official attire selling asaana.
He had the asaana on his head with a bag of water and a stool hanging on him.
His partner, known as Adwoa however was casually dressed carrying her loaves of bread.
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The asaana looked very well packaged and neat.
The pictures were shared with the caption;
Meet J.E special and his partner who are into selling of executive Asana n bread.❤️❤️met them at Dzorwulo traffic light. Bless their hustle ❤️❤️
The post at the time of this publication has over 3000 reactions with more than 150 comments.
YEN.com.gh has highlighted a few of the comments below;
Narh Yomle Deborah commented:
God really bless them, at least they re not dying in self pity
Asana has become my new favorite drink!! God bless their hustle
From Nhyira Adwoah Serwah:
May God Bless Their Hustle To Yield Many Fruits To Feed Many
Christabel Addision wrote:
Awww nice packaging God bless their hustle
Daniel Tetteh replied:
That’s partnership. I love it. Growing and building together
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a businessman believed to be Ghanaian has been captured on camera rocking a suit and tie to sell buffloaf, popularly known as bofrot.
The man who was neatly attired was spotted by a woman in her vicinity, who called to buy from him.
Impressed by how the man had branded himself as he carried along with him a briefcase, the woman videoed him as he approached her.
In the clip making the rounds on social media, the woman could be heard running commentary saying the briefcase had a pen, a notebook, and rubber bags for packaging the bofrot.
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