- A young netizen has shared on Twitter that the 9-5 life is not working for her
- She revealed that her desire is to become the CEO of a shop in East Legon where she can report to work at 12pm
- Tweeps who saw her post seemed very supportive of the young lady's statement
A Ghanaian lady has declared that waking up every day to prepare for working at 8am is not meant for her.
@dictasvg took to her Twitter timeline to share that she wants a shop at East Legon where she can start working around 12 pm.
"I don’t think 9-5 is for me, tbh i want a shop in east legon where i open up at 12 pm"
The young lady's statement was met with a lot of opinions online.
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The post at the time of this publication has close to 2,000 likes, more than 500 retweets and 212 quote tweets.
A few of the comments have been highlighted below;
Lol you probably just finished watching Breaking Bad or Ozark. Lol it only happens in the movies
a woman with vision!
People like you are the reasons am working hard..finally if my 5 acre land start paying off amma find you
I can be your house boy pls. How much do you pay?
If you got a legit business idea , let’s fund it
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ekow McLean is a young Ghanaian man who decided to quit his well-paid full-time job to sell suits and according to him, it has been the best decision of his life.
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In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on a Youtube channel called Khanitat Sheriff, the vibrant entrepreneur narrated his journey.
Recounting, Ekow said he used to wear suits religiously to church every Sunday and due to that, he was nicknamed, 'the suit guy'.
He accepted the nickname and when he had to start an Instagram page for himself, he gave it the name, 'the suit guy.' He posted pictures of himself in various designs of suits regularly until one day a follower mistook his handle for a business page and decided to hit him up for a suit.
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Source: Yen Ghana