- A Guinness Ghana employed young lady called Eunice Akowaa Frimpomaa has opened up about how she became a forklifter
- In a video, she revealed that she started as a cleaner but developed the interest to learn how to operate the fork lift
- Eunice shared that she has been functioning in her current role for 10 months now and has thankfully experienced no accidents
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A driven Ghanaian lady known as Eunice Akowaa Frimpomaa has recently been featured in a video where she opened up about how she landed her current job.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the LinkedIn timeline of Guinness Ghana Breweries PLC (Diageo), Eunice recounted that she started off as a cleaner at the company in Ghana but eventually developed an interest in forklifting.
She took the bold step and reached out to one of the managers to reveal her desire to learn how to operate the forklift.
Thankfully, she was given the opportunity to be trained every day after her cleaning duties until she passed.
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Akowaa shared that she has been functioning as a forklift operator for 10 months now and has recorded no accidents so far.
She shared more about her journey thus far in the video linked here.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young Ghanaian lady was recently granted an interview on a YouTube Channel named Oheneba Media, where she opened up about her journey to becoming a professional barber after university.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Priscilla Arthur shared that she decided to follow her passion as a barber right after school and it is a decision she is proud of.
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Recounting her story, Rita narrated that she realized her desire for barbering at a very young age but her family were not in support of a female taking up such a job. The young lady revealed that when she got to primary 6, she made a promise to herself to follow her passion in life no matter what.
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