- Naabia Boachie-Danquah is a Ghanaian female entrepreneur
- The young lady is the genius behind furniture product Woodsy
- Woodsy is a wax polish that is ideal for wood-based or furniture products including beds, couches, benches and tables
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Ghanaian female entrepreneur, Naabia Boachie-Danquah, is fast becoming an example of young black women pursuing black excellence.
The creative business lady is the mastermind behind Woodsy, a wax polish that is ideal for wood-based or furniture products including beds, couches, benches and tables.
According to her, the FDA-approved product is also suitable for consoles and other household tools.
In a recent post on Facebook, she revealed that her product is ‘‘non-scented and has no nut additives.’’
''Meet the Woodsy. It is a wax polish that is ideal for wood-based products ie furniture (beds, couches, benches, tables, tv consoles etc) and wooden products that are used in cooking and plating. It is non-scented and has no nut additives. It is approved by FDA. It will come to you sealed. If seal is broken, do not accept the product,’’ her post read on Facebook.
The promising female entrepreneur’s accomplishment has earned her attention as friends also express how proud she has made them after she introduced her new product online.
According to Portia Adjei Acquah, she had to re-establish contact with Naabia after she noticed they were no longer friends on Facebook.
She wrote: ''Congratulations Naa Bia this and more reasons why I searched and re-added you on Facebook when I noticed that I lost you which I don’t know how. I’m learning a lot from you✊❤️.’’
Kwame Afrakomah simply said: ''Congrats!''
''Congratulations Sis Naa Bia. So proud of you❤,’’ Esi Owusua Apewu said.
In other news, a Nigerian man who arrived Canada as a student five years ago has taken to Twitter to share his success story.
The man identified as Tunde Omotoye said he arrived Canada five years ago as a student who was unsure of what the future had for him in the North American country.
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Despite the uncertainty, he revealed that he has launched his own country five years after leaving the shores of Nigeria.
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