Gifted female cobbler makes colourful and stunning woven slippers and bags

Gifted female cobbler makes colourful and stunning woven slippers and bags

- When it comes to entrepreneurship, it takes a lot of courage, patience and determination to start up and run a business

- Despite all the risks involved in a running a business, this Ghanaian lady seems ready to push her passion into something major

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Gone are the days when everybody wanted a white-collar job and were willing to settle for anything, no matter how unhappy and unfulfilling it may be.

Most importantly, gone are the days when women were scared to delve into male-dominated industries.

These days many people are becoming more determined to become productive with or without the help of the government. Such is the story of a Ghanaian lady identified by her Twitter username as Wemoye.

She turned her hobby of craft making into a full-fledged business venture. From her posts on Twitter, she makes woven shoes, bags and accessories for both men and women.

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A year ago, news broke of how a Nigerian lady identified as Anastasia Uzodimma went viral on the internet for her amazing works as a shoe maker. Anastasia who was not in school at the time revealed that the business has helped her a lot.

Amazing!

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