Single mother becomes successful after selling garri, plantain, bags MBA
- A single mother has taken to Twitter to share her success story
- The woman with the handle @Olorienem says she was married off early and betrayed by loved ones
- @Olorienem, who says she sold garri and fruits, finally became a graduate and also went for her MBA
- According to her, she raised two kids as a single mother
A woman has taken to Twitter to share her success story, in which she said she has finally achieved her dreams after a rough life journey.
The woman with the handle @Olorienem on the microblogging site said she was married off early, betrayed by loved ones and kidnapped by a man she helped.
She said she sold oranges, yams and mango in Otukpo. According to her, she also sold garri and plantain in Ore.
The woman also disclosed that she sold second-hand clothes in Lagos, adding that she went into real estate and sale of jewelries.
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Legit.ng gathers that she said she became a graduate and went for her MBA, brought up two kids as a single mother.
She added that her children are graduates handling their own successful businesses.
In other news, four beautiful black friends took an amazing picture after graduating from the University of Michigan with PhD in engineering which quickly went viral after their photo hit social media.
In a post sighted by Legit.ng on the handle of George Murry, a popular photographer and activist, the brilliant young ladies graduated on May 15, 2020, from the famous university in the United States.
It is indicated that black women are fast becoming the most educated racial/gender demographic in the United States of America with their stunning feats.
There have been several movements both in Ghana and abroad to encourage girls to venture into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) programmes.
Usually, ladies have had the tendency to move away from such programmes over the perception that they are quite tedious or difficult.
The feat of these young black ladies clocking PhD in engineering from such a renowned university has become another shining example for young girls to follow.
Several people have been awed by the achievement of the ladies.
Janet Barnes Purifoy was impressed by their combination of beauty and intelligence.
Theresa Spencer went a step further to describe how much the achievement meant, adding that they could actually change the world.
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