- A Ghanaian lady with an MBA in Project Management from GIMPA & BSc in Management from UPSA has resorted to selling fried yam for a living
- The lady named Marjorie Nana Ama Kwarteng had been the head of the customer service at her company before unexpected events caused her to lose the job two years ago
- According to Nana Ama, she is willing to take any job offers that may come her way
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Marjorie Nana Ama Kwarteng, a Ghanaian lady who has an MBA in Project Management from GIMPA has resorted to selling fried yam by the roadside for a living.
In a narration by Ghanaian blogger Edward Asare who had a personal encounter with Nana Ama, it is indicated that the young lady once headed the customer service department of a company.
However, the company the hardworking lady worked with experienced liquidation issues and that changed her employment status for the worse.
According to Edward, although the lady no more works for any company, her skills with customer service appear to be engrained in her, as her reception to him was extraordinary.
Prior to having her MBA from GIMPA, Nana Ama graduated with a BSc in Management from the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA).
Before that, Marjorie Nana Ama Kwarteng was a student of Mfantsiman Girls SHS
She is currently willing to welcome any job offers that may come her way.
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In an interview with GBC sighted by Legit.ng, the 42-year-old indicated that he started the business after learning from his wife and raising some funds from other menial jobs.
The father of six further indicated that he has been making the chips himself sometimes with the help of his children or wife but goes out to sell them by himself.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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