- A video of a young lady showing off her maize farm has left many people singing her praises
- The lady opened up on how another woman tried to discourage her in her quest to become a farmer
- Social media users who saw the video have commended the lady for her determination and will to succeed
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A young Ghanaian lady has won the admiration of many people after she took to social media to flaunt her work as a farmer.
The video that has since gone viral on TikTok captured the lady working on a farm along with some individuals.
She explained in the video via a voice-over that her fellow woman tried to talk her out of her decision to venture into farming, with the excuse that why should a beautiful light-skinned lady like her become a farmer.
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The lady however rubbished the suggestion by saying that she was brought up by her parents to work hard. As such, she understood that if she yearns to be successful, she must delight in her work.
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At the time of writing the report, the video had gathered over 1000 likes and 200 comments.
Ghanaians commend the lady for working hard
Netizens who thronged the comment section commended the lady for working hard and inspiring others.
Austin GH commented:
God bless your hustle, Beautiful
Well done. continue working hard, you'll definitely make it. I like your language and how you speak it.
I am proud of you. God bless you.
You do so great. I love women like you.
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Appau Matthew commented
Dear, don't mind them. Farming is big business. Keep it up.
Lady quits insurance job to become a farmer
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that another lady who quit her job with an insurance company to become a poultry farmer has left many inspired.
Hannah Aidoo, owner of H. A. Farms said the major reason why she opted to go into poultry farming was to have another source of income in case of any eventuality.
The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) graduate said she looks back at the decision she took in 2017 and has no regrets.
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