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We Could Have Done Anything To Survive But We Chose This: Young Entrepreneur, David Tells His Story

Readers can recall how there have been several protests in the country about the lack of jobs for the youth. It is said that many young men and women graduate from the best Universities but stay home because they do not find white-collar jobs. In an interview with two young graduates, Ayiku and David, they tell the story of how they had to defy all odds to establish their catering business a few months ago.

According to David, seven months ago, they put some resources together and started cooking Jollof Rice and Waakye. David explained that they could have done anything to survive but they chose to deliver food to various offices including the banks and other insurance companies. David revealed that, for now, they do not have a permanent place to sell their food and so they put the food into their car booth and drive to their customers.

They explained that they believe their financial situation would gradually improve. The young entrepreneurs have encouraged other young people to venture into their own businesses if they do not find white-collar jobs.

What are your thoughts on the ongoing discussions?

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Ayiku David Jollof Rice


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