A lady identified as Evelyn, who is believed in her 30s has been selling bread on the street for the past two years after her national service. According to report, she is a first class degree holder, who pursue procurement and logistics in one of the prominent university in the country.
The disheartening part of her story is that, profit on each bread she sells is 50 pesewas. A Facebook user identified as Zionfelix shared this on social media alongside photo of the bread seller, calling stakeholders and other institutions to help her for better job.
The Ghanaian population is growing fast and high rate of unemployment in Ghana is heavily debated. The number of graduates that come out every year, there are no jobs for them. Most of these graduates has been left to wonder how to get a foothold in the job market.
Many of the graduates that hard first class, second class have found themselves at places that they should not be. Their ambition in life has been curtailed.
Please let's help her to get a job.
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