- Doris Devu, a young Ghanaian lady who finished only JHS and could not further her education has become the owner of a tile-making startup
- The young lady lost her parents just when she needed them the most to continue on the path towards becoming a lawyer or an accountant, which were her ambitions
- Subsequently, Doris found a new affinity for tile-making, got trained for a year and started taking orders and now employs men
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A young and ambitious Ghanaian lady named Doris Devu is making it in the male-dominated tiling industry after she was unable to continue her education after junior high school.
Doris narrated her inspiring story in an interview with YEN.com.gh on a special edition of Faces of Ghana in which the businesswoman made a number of eye-popping revelations.
According to Doris, she dreamt of becoming a lawyer, an accountant or a businesswoman but she lost her parents just when she needed their help to go into high school at the time.
Watch the full interview below:
With no one ready to help her at the time and no Free-SHS policy, Doris' ambitions were cut short but she decided never to give up on life and success.
On one occasion, the young lady who has employed a number of men to work under her and serve the many clients recounted coming across a tile-maker and getting intrigued by how it was all done.
She was told that it was a job meant for men and Doris decided to lay back but after a while, she met another tiler who decided to take her through training for one year, after which she opened her own enterprise and started taking orders.
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In other news, a young woman has inspired social media users with her success story. Twitter user Tumelo Warona shared the story of Welile Gumede on the social media platform on Monday, June 22.
Warona revealed that Gumede is making a name for herself in the agriculture industry and that she started a farming business with no background in agriculture.
The post was captioned: "Meet 29-year-old Welile Gumede from ILembe region, KZN. With no background in farming, she took the initiative to restore Govt's neglected greenhouse tunnels around Llembe. She is now regarded as one of Llembe's successful Entrepreneurs. She won 2019's SMME UKZN Champions Project."
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