Popular Ghanaian blogger and host Zionfelix has caused stir online after he uploaded a photo of a first class graduate in Ghana, who has been selling bread in the street for over two years. According to Zionfelix she studied procurement and logistics and she has been doing the bread business for 2 years after going through National service. He added that Evelyn said the profit she names from selling a bread is 50 pesewas. Which is a very low profit to make as a graduate. The prominent blogger pleaded that the public should help her get a good job where her certificate will be put to good use.
But Ghanaians on social media however have something different to say. As they flooded the comments section with diverse opinions, but most where of the opinion that she should continue the business and grow it until she becomes a successful bread dealer. This is because She won't be happy if she gets employed and the boss starts disturbing her. The early morning wake up and the stress she will go through before she will get to work will even frustrate her.
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