The high rate of unemployment in the country has lead to the youths making money in different means with different ideas and creativities. As others are making money illegally, others too are coming up with new creativity to make huge sums of money legally.
Kantamanto youths explore "New Tie-Dye" business.
It probably may sound like the most unlikely way of making "big money" but these young guys are doing it. They say it's very lucrative and convenient and that is how they are able to live by the day on the Streets. These young guys with the likes of Mustapha, Malik, Fresh and some of their other colleagues have come to in the art of Tie-Dye which is mostly referred to as "Tie and Dye".
According to these young men in the Kantamanto area, this business is really paying them a lot as they are able to make like ¢600-700 within a single day, this is really amazing as these young guys earns probably more than some people doing White-collar jobs.
Find out how these young men have been making such money in a Full Interview below as they spoke to Wonder Ami Hagan on the People and Places show by GhanaWeb;
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