- A gentleman named Prince Kwesi Ofori who graduated from Aburi Secondary Technical School in Ghana now sells buffloaf
- According to Prince, there was no support for him when he finished school and therefore had to struggle and make ends meet for himself
- He advised the youth to desist from searching for quick sources of wealth but rather work really hard to make it in life
Prince Kwesi Ofori, a young man who graduated from the Aburi Secondary Technical School in Ghana now sells buffloaf, popularly known as 'boflot', to fend for himself.
Prince stated, in an interview, that this is not the first menial job he has engaged in as he previously worked as a security guard, waiter, mason, driver's 'mate', and shoe trader.
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When asked why he has been in a business dominated by women for the past two years, the hardworking young man indicated that he picked up the 'boflot' trade from his mother.
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Prince also explained that he had to hustle for himself after high school as there wasn't any assistance coming in from anywhere to help him further his education or secure a different form of livelihood.
According to Prince, he had to yank out all the shyness from his system and decide to hit harder at life and get things working for him.
Prince Kwesi Ofori advised the youths to desist from searching for quick sources of wealth but rather work really hard to make it in life.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported about a secondary school leaver who works as a cleaner to raise money for her tertiary education.
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This is as she is trying to save up enough money to enroll in a polytechnic. Sandra in an interview with Legit.ng said her parents are not well to do and buoyant to cater to her academic financial needs.
Her dad worked as a welder until recently when he had to quit due to bad sight in the course of the work. This left her mum, who is a local trader, to shoulder most of the family's responsibilities and deputize as the breadwinner while they continue to treat her dad's eyes.