- Deborah Laryea, a 1st class graduate in Environmental Science from KNUST has become a house-to-house hairdresser
- The brilliant young lady who graduated in 2018 was excellent during her national service but did not get a job, which made her decide to start a hair braiding business
- With no prior experience or training, the lady simply started using her imagination and is gradually becoming highly sought-after, although she still desires to get a mainstream job
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A young graduate of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) with First-Class Honours in BSc Environmental Science has started her own business.
In a short interview with YEN.com.gh, the lady named Deborah Laryea decided to start making ladies' hair from house-to-house.
Interestingly, Deborah indicated that the styles of hair she has been making are purely from her own imagination as she never learnt the skill. "I imagine it and my hands replicate my imagination," she said.
Deborah graduated in 2018 and completed her national service in 2019 with Ghana Manganese Company Ltd as a Health Safety and Environment officer where her performance was also excellent.
Sadly, she was not recruited after the national service and has been job hunting since then. In her own words: "I am still searching for a mainstream job but I have taken to going to people's houses and shops to braid for them. I never learnt to braid. It came to me naturally."
It is rather admirable that unlike many young graduates who would simply sit home when they are unable to get a job, Deborah decided to put her hands to use and she is making something for herself at least.
In other news, a 50-year-old woman has left social media users in shock after she shared stunning photos from her 50th birthday photo-shoot.
The woman with the handle saida_ramirez50 on Instagram shared the photos on her page with the caption: “Blessed to see 50. Yes, 50 #5/15 .”
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