- Hannah Farms, a huge poultry farm in Cape Coast is owned and managed by a young lady who is a student at UCC
- The hardworking and brilliant student is studying BA Social Sciences (Economics and Sociology) and is in level 400
- The business that started 6 years ago with 500 layers now has over 28,000 birds and produces 1,000 crates of eggs every week
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A young lady who is currently studying BA Social Sciences (Economics and Sociology) at the University of Cape Coast in the Central Region also makes a good living with her own poultry farm.
Recounting her story to YEN.com.gh, Hannah, the owner of Hannah Farms, and her manager mentioned that the business started six years ago with only 500 layers.
Currently, Hannah Farms has grown into a major venture that has over 28,000 chickens and produces 1,000 crates of eggs week in and week out.
When asked what the motivation for starting the business was, Hannah's manager, Frederick, who is also a young hardworking man mentioned that they simply want to work for themselves and make it through that.
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How Ghanaians are receiving this news
Hannah's breathtaking story was recently shared on the Twitter handle @SeyramOfficial and it gathered many reactions.
Below are some of the comments Ghanaians shared:
@yskokito1 expressed interest in seeing the farm for himself
I’d like to visit her farm soon
@Jon_Kay_ in replying to @SeyramOfficial:
@doreenfianko also replied to @SeyramOfficial's post calling the young lady a heartwarming accolade:
See the post below
UCC graduate now making it in business
In another exciting story, Carolina Fafanyo Ahortor, a stunning young lady who graduated from the University of Cape Coast in 2017, currently runs two fast-growing startups called CarolHandies and EdificeDecor.
Recounting her journey to YEN.com.gh, Carolina indicated that she was compelled to start doing something for herself mainly because her NSS allowance couldn't take care of all her needs.
How CarolHandies happened
I realized I was always in debt because the ¢559 salary wasn’t enough, so I felt I needed an extra source of income. I started making beaded bags, bracelets and anklets for sale. Anytime I closed from work, I would go to town to shop for materials and work on orders.
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