- Accra Technical University past student known as Angel Debrah has recently been gifted a popcorn machine to start a business
- The young lady was unable to land a full-time job after school hence resorted to working as a part-time caterer to fend for herself
- Through the help of a kind giver called Belinda, Angel has been able to establish a popcorn business as a source of stable income
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A Ghanaian woman named Angel Debrah has recently received a means to cater for herself after being jobless for a while after school.
In a Facebook post, well known Ghanaian Influencer, Nana Tea recounted that the Accra Technical University alumnus was gifted a popcorn machine to start a business to fend for herself having been without a job for a while.
In the post, Nana Tea shared that a kind woman identified as Belinda gave him the popcorn machine to be gifted to anyone who might be in need of it.
He posted it on his page and Angel reached out to him and made him aware of her situation, adding that she could put the machine to good use.
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According to Nana, things have been very difficult for Angel since completing her tertiary education and all attempts to land a good job has proven futile.
She has since been working as a part-time caterer from time to time since and now, having a popcorn machine to work with would provide a sustainable source of income.
A Ghanaian man who Resorted to Selling Popcorn due to Unemployment is Forced to Sell his Machine
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Ghanaian man by the name of Richmond A. Adjedibonga resorted to social media to lament about a situation he finds himself in.
In his post sighted by YEN.com.gh on a popular Facebook group called Tell It All mum, the young man revealed he is being forced to sell a popcorn machine he has been selling with due to unemployment.
He narrating his story, the young man said he had to borrow many to care for his newly born child who was sick. Richmond said his lender has been insisting he pays back what he owes in full.
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