- A beautiful young graduate from the University of Cape Coast now runs two fast-growing businesses she started during national service
- Carolina Fafanyo Ahortor began the ventures as a way of taking care of her needs since her NSS allowance, GHc559 (N38,266.58), was not enough
- Fafanyo's businesses, EdificeDecor & Carolhandies, offer a wide range of customized interior & exterior products as well as all kinds of fashion products
Carolina Fafanyo Ahortor, a stunning young lady who graduated from the University of Cape Coast in 2017, currently runs two fast-growing startups called CarolHandies and EdificeDecor.
How CarolHandies happened
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I realized I was always in dept because the ¢559 (N38,266.58) salary wasn’t enough, so I felt I needed an extra source of income. I started making beaded bags, bracelets and anklets for sale. Anytime I closed from work, I would go to town to shop for materials and work on orders.
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So that was how it started. And I realized most of the things I was doing was hand made so that’s how I came by the name “CarolHandies”.
Fafanyo's business started picking up and she went into it full time in 2018, while still doing her national service.
How EdificeDecor happened
Along the line, the brilliant and hardworking graduate also discovered a passion for both interior and exterior decor and started selling decor products as well.
She named her decor business, EdificeDecor
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Currently, Carolina's EdificeDecor and CarolHandies are into both retail and wholesale for all their products ranging from wall frames, furniture, and other interior decor products to footwear, bags, belts, bracelets, anklets, outfits, and other fashion products.
Looking at her businesses, it can be projected that the young lady's ventures are fetching her more than any normal job could possibly have offered her at this stage in her life.
Another lady started selling clothes
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that a young hardworking Nigerian lady went on social media to showcase how she makes her daily living.
Taking to the bird app, the lady revealed that she sells trousers and leggings for women by the roadside at a popular place called Ikeja Along.
When one of her followers stopped by her business venue, the seller came on Twitter to mention the person's handle as she appreciated the support.