Being brave and doing something extraordinary sometimes brings blessings to many. The bravery of the young unemployed University of Ghana graduate has finally paid off. Isaac Kwame Addae took to the streets of Accra with a placard begging for a decent job. A photo of him on the street went viral on the internet because of the rare brave act he showcased.
Many people saw the incident to be a shameful one but it has however turned out to be a big blessing for him. Isaac Kwame Addae was present at the studios of GhOne TV this morning where he made the revelation to everyone.
According to him, over 50 companies have called to offer him a job and also introduce him to the business side of Aquaculture. Isaac disclosed that the calls have come in but no employer has landed him a job yet. He told the host of the interview, Serwaa Amihere, that he has sent out his CV to all the companies that called and is still waiting for a positive reply.
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