- Comfort Dadzie, a pure water seller in Kumasi who went viral after directing traffic at a busy intersection, has been offered help
- A young man has offered to sponsor her through school to become a beautician
- The man also indicated his plan to help Comfort get a shop after finishing the school
- Comfort had to turn herself into a traffic conductor after a power outage caused traffic lights to go out at the intersection where she was selling
Help has come the way of a female pure water seller in Kumasi who dedicated her time to direct traffic at a busy intersection in Kumasi.
The lady who sells sachet (pure) water around the Top High traffic light near the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) was spotted busily in action in a video.
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The lady, identified as Comfort Dadzie, had to turn herself into a traffic director after the traffic light stopped functioning due to a power outage in the area.
After the video lady went viral, the lady received massive applause from Ghanaians on social media.
One guy, Mcee Lento Live, who saw the story of the lady has offered to sponsor her through school to become a beautician.
The offer came after Comfort appeared on Nhyira FM in Kumasi on Tuesday, March 30, 2021, to tell her story.
During the interview, Comfort intimated that her life as a pure water seller is tough and she would like better opportunities.
In a post on his Facebook, MC Lentoo indicated that he made a call to Nhyira FM to be connected with Comfort.
According to him, Comfort will be enrolled in beauty school to learn hairdressing, makeup, pedicure/manicure, and nails for one year.
After the training, he added, tools will be provided for her to start her own shop.
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He, however, decried the sorry state of his school and requested help so that he could move to another institution with better facilities and standards.
A sponsor has now come out and offered to move him to a boarding school, pay fees and fund his parents to start an income-generating project