- Adu Richard is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Prima Atowork in Kumasi of Ghana
- The venturesome young man originally studied Agricultural Economics before switching to pursue a career in the automotive sector
- He shared photos of his work along with his details on Facebook, urging peeps who may need his services to contact him
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Globally, some young people are diverting from what they originally studied in school to pursue careers in different fields to earn a living.
One of such persons is Adu Richard, a Ghanaian entrepreneur breaking boundaries in the automotive industry.
In a Facebook post, he shared that he's an Agricultural Economics degree holder but is currently working as an auto interior designer.
Adu shared the post on Tell It Dads, a popular social media group to urge members who may require his services to contact him.
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'Hi Tell it, Dads, let me introduce myself. I'm Adu Richard with a degree in Agricultural Economics. I'm an auto interior designer by profession.
''Just a young man breaking boundaries in the automobile industry,'' he said.
The venturesome Ghanaian businessman, who is based in Kumasi, uploaded photos along with his post, saying:
''These interior designs are made in Ghana ... If you need any of our services, kindly come with this special code: #TellItDadPRIMAG for a discount. Contact:0556960229,'' he said.
See the snaps below:
Peeps were quick to comment under the post. YEN.com.gh selected some below.
Michael Akwa-Mensah indicated:
''Some of this stuff should be made shareable to reach much more audience cos these works are just superb...great job man!''
Bra Yaw commented:
''This is called wisdom, having a degree in a particular field doesn't necessarily lead you to pursue that as a career.''
Adu Richard replied:
''Thanks so much, Daddy.''
Daniel Avafia commented:
''At long last, my Buzanga will get a facelift. I love the work you're doing.''
''Good job. Wish you more sales and market.''
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