She claimed that she and five other strong women operate their firm with the help of her parents.
She stated that they run an NGO with two schools, and when asked how they support it, she stated that they have a transportation business that generates enough revenue to do so.
She also mentioned that they have their own tiny block factory in Nsawam, which helps them save money on school construction.
They have three coconut plantations, and they're figuring out what to do with them once they're harvested.
Their objective is to make Ghana a better place to live in the future.
WHY GHANA, she was questioned. She argues that doing business in Ghana is a fantastic opportunity. Despite the fact that the country has rules and regulations, she claims it is very simple to start a genuine business there.
Also, investing entails taking a risk; you could lose or make a profit. You won't be able to move forward unless you are willing to take risks.
On social media, her claims have elicited a range of opinions.
A Facebook user by name commented "Aden aaa 70,000gh how many people have that money to invest into something for 3years😅😂?? Gal wei paa"
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