- Helena Ogya, a Ghanaian lady sells coconut to assist her husband financially to fend for themselves and their children
- The lady got into the business after COVID-19 brought her sewing business to ground zero
- She advised ladies to stop looking up to men but rather work hard to support the men and lessen their financial burden
A hardworking Ghanaian lady named Helena Ogya works as a coconut seller to support her husband financially to fend for the family.
In an interview with SV TV Africa, the lady mentioned that she was originally a seamstress until COVID-19 destroyed the business and she decided to help her husband sell his coconuts.
Although Helena admitted that there are good days and bad days in the business, she indicated overall that the business is very lucrative.
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See the full interview below:
According to the hardworking mother of three, she is mocked sometimes for being a lady selling coconut but there are also people who praise her for disrupting the male-dominated venture.
Interestingly, Helen said the business comes with its own hazards as she sometimes gets cut with machetes.
Helen advised all young ladies to be hardworking and learn trades they can use to support their husbands so that the financial burden on them is lessened.
In other news, a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @Thickerbody_08 took to social media to share a picture of what she does for a living and how an influencer referred her to a client.
@Thickerbody_08, who does cleaning jobs, said a Nigerian doctor identified as Aproko Doctor referred her to a client and the latter also referred her to another client.
The young lady delivered and didn't disappoint the new client she was referred to.
In her words:
"Aproko doctor was at my work location today, he actually referred me to the client. When I saw him I screamed (but not so loud) Hot face. The client has referred me to another client. Did it choke , yes it did. Choke me with work , I'm capable! Thank you aproko doctor."
Source: Legit Newspaper