A Ghanaian lady who sell rice cooked with oil has built a house in her village.
Madam Grace Mensah start her selling of rice Rice cooked with oil after she was drop out of school. After senior high school dropouts, she decide to sell porridge (Koko) with bread. According to the madam Grace, she wasn’t fetching much income from it and that made her to start her current business of rice cooked with oil.
Madam Grace Mensah, who is from Biriwa in the Central Region, has revealed that she has a house built by her self at the village with this same rice cooked with oil business she started at Tema.In advance interview with madam Grace Mensah, she started with just 500 cedis.
Grace discloses that, she was advised to consider selling rice cooked with oil.
She made a calculations on her gain in every week after selling. Mad.Grace Mensah said to visit the market with the amount of 600 cedis after the increase of items these days. After selling in a week, Grace said to make 300 cedis as profit, and also 1200 at the end of month.?
The single mother indicate that, she prefer selling rather than being an a employee, because she make more income in a week. After her statement on how she is now making in her current business.
Mad.Grace Mensah issue a very warmly advice all women to learn a skill or start their own business instead of quick money search by giving out their pride to Men just to make money or to find job.
She therefore advices the youth of today not to depend only on politicians, especially those young ladies who are saying selling is bad.
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