School leaver who couldn’t find work starts a business with N34k and is currently making a lot of money.

Ajara Ibrahim, a young woman who claims she has been jobless since graduating from high school, has spoken out about selling pennies to make ends meet.

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She began by selling boiled eggs and then moved on to selling coins to friends in order to survive and pay bills, according to her.

The young Ghanaian lady, who started her business with N34,000, claims that she is now worth N345,000 after only a year.

Ajara Ibrahim, a young woman who has been unemployed for a long time, has revealed how much money she makes through selling coins.

In a recent interview with SVTV Africa, the young lady revealed that she had originally planned to join the military or the fire service after completing her secondary education, but that she was unable to do so due to “who knows who.”

Ajara claimed she kept looking for work until she had no choice but to sell boiled eggs on the street.

I’m an unemployed graduate who now sells coins due to “whom you know” throughout my job search.

One of her acquaintances later introduced her to coin selling, and she decided to give it a shot.

She currently sells coins to her ‘trotro’ friends and has made a profit of N345,000 in a year with a beginning capital of N34,000

The young entrepreneur stated that she obtains the coins from banks and purified water delivery providers.

Ajara also sells her coins to game shops, casinos, and small companies.

Her advice to unemployed young people was to stop spending their time in toxic relationships and establish their own business, no matter how little.

SOURCE: Legit.

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