- An overjoyed young Ghanaian lady has resorted to social media to announce the opening of her first physical clothing store
- @oh_vivie shared on Twitter that after having a full time job and a side hustle for sometime now, she can finally boast of an actual place of work for her side work
- Netizens who came across the young lady's good news shared their congratulatory messages
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An elated young lady has recently taken to social media to celebrate an achievement.
In a post on her Twitter timeline, @oh_vivie shared that after joggling a full-time job with an online side hustle, she has finally been able to secure a physical job for the side job.
The young lady revealed that she works on her side job during the weekends and she knew it was about time she had a place for it.
@oh_vivie called on tweeps to join her in celebrating her milestone.
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"Yesterday, I opened a “Home Space” for my online shop. Having an 8-5 and running a business is pretty hectic. So I decided to give my business a good place I can work from on weekends and my free days ❤️ Cheers to my new baby @vibes_shop_ (on ig) "
Netizens who saw the post had some nice things to tell @oh_vivie.
Some of the comments have been highlighted below;
Congrats baby. May this grow to bigger heights
Congratulations. It's been a blessing following you on IG and now, a whole shop!!!!!!!!!
This is so beautiful! Congratulations baby girl
Congrats … looking good
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a vibrant young lady recently took to social media to share her massive win in life. In the post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Twitter, @slimtxm shared that she quit her job and decided to start her own business, using Ghc300 ($50).
In less than one month, she ended up making Ghc60,000 ($10,000).
"Started a business with only $50, quit my shitty job & made almost 10k in not even a month. I’m so grateful", she posted.
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