- A resilient young man has recently taken to social media to narrate how he built his companies
- Prince Acheampong shared that he lost his job as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and had to stay home for months
- The young man revealed that he is now the proud owner of a thriving shoe business and a professional cleaning company
A determined Ghanaian man has recently shared his journey to owning two successful businesses after being sacked from work.
Prince Acheampong took to his LinkedIn timeline to recount that in 2020, he lost his job as an international customer specialist for a multinational company during the first phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to Acheampong, he was home for months with no source of income.
"I prayed a solemn prayer to God to come to my aid and show me the way.
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After praying and fasting for three days, Joseph decided to use the money he had saved up to start a shoe manufacturing business.
Business began to grow and in 2021, he ventured into the professional cleaning space with the profit he made from the shoe business.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a dynamic young man named Stephen has recently granted an interview on a YouTube channel called Maame Sika, where he opened up about resorting to painting after school.
Stephen shared that he remained jobless for years after school. Being the first of four siblings, he received constant complaints from his father because he was unemployed.
All attempts to get a company to employ him proved futile.
"I tried over and over. I wrote letters to companies to engage me but I got no response", he intimated.
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He eventually joined his friend who worked as a painter and he picked it from there. Stephen revealed that his 'painter friend' came around one day with a car and he was surprised to know he owned a car.
His friend made him aware he was able to purchase his car through the income the painting job brought in. Stephen was advised to take the job seriously and pay close attention to good branding.
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