Caterer and entrepreneur, Elsie Koomson has revealed that she quit her job at the ministry of roads and highways after she was denied the opportunity to work at a toll booth.
“I was at the registrar general department and the best of us were taken to the ministry of roads and highways but I was not selected. We were going to work as toll booth collectors and I knew it would be simple for me to get the job because of the protocol.
But later I was told that I did not get the job because they think I won't fit into the toll booth. They just did not want to give me the opportunity but I know I would have fit in it,” Elsie revealed.
She added that even though she felt disappointed, she turned her focus on catering and her business.
“I felt bad though. After that I haven't worked in any office space again. Now, I work as a caterer sometimes and I have a little business on the side,” Elsie dsclosed.
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