Hardworking Man Inspires Youth With How He Started As A "Momo" Vendor But Now Owns A Mobile Phone Shop

Hardworking Man Inspires Youth With How He Started As A "Momo" Vendor But Now Owns A Mobile Phone Shop

  • Social media users have praised a young man after he shared photos to highlight his humble beginnings
  • The man who started off as a mobile money vendor has worked his way up to now become a business owner selling phones and phone accessories
  • Netizens have applauded him for what he has done with others expressing the desire to emulate him

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A young Ghanaian man has become a source of motivation to many after taking to social media to tell a story of how his journey to becoming a business owner took off.

Taking to TikTok, the man, known online as @more_things1, shared old photos of when he used to work as a mobile money vendor with only a table and a chair as his assets.

Photos of young Ghanaian man
Man shares transformation in his business Photo credit:@more_things1/TikTok
Source: TikTok

Synonymous with grass-to-grace stories, the man who was determined to make a difference grew his business and moved into a shop where customers can now walk in and seek the services they needed.

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Unlike many, the man clearly had a vision and decided to venture into the sale of mobile phones and accessories.

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Today, not only has he become successful in his work as a phone and accessories dealer, but he has also employed other young men and women to help grow his business.

At the time of writing this article, the video, which showed the photos, have raked in over 4000 likes and 200 comments.

Watch the video below:

Ghanaians commend the young man for being a visionary

Peeps who thronged the comment section applauded the young man for his foresight and also for sustaining and growing his business.

Nhyira reacted:

This is the motivational speakers we need not the I start selling cassette and taxi drivers stories

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Aquosuarh mascolt commented:

heeer u make me speechless there is truly God

Evandy Bae wrote:

I tap into ur blessings dear.May God continue to bless ur hustle

JULLIET Nice added:

there is hope for everyone out there

Lady who was a school dropout bags a master's degree

Earlier YEN.com.gh reported that a journalist, Afia Kwarteng, has shared her experience and valuable lessons on how determination and hard work always leads to success.

The broadcast journalist, who recently bagged a master's degree from the University of Media, Arts and Communication (UniMAC), recounted the dark days in her life when she had to drop out of school at a young age due to lack of funds.

She said with the will to succeed coupled with the support of some good "Samaritans", she now holds a master's degree.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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