- Nana Adzigbli, a successful Ghanaian carpenter without any training has narrated how it was possible
- The young woman indicates that she had aspired to become a lawyer and took a shot at other careers including TV presenting but it never worked
- She decided to follow her father's last words for her to go into carpentry and that has proven as one of her best decisions as she now owns her own shop
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Adzigbli Nana, a young Ghanaian woman has narrated how she became a successful carpenter after she aspired to pursue different careers but never made it in any.
Briefly.co.za sighted a highly inspirational Q&A session that was conducted with Nana on the Facebook handle of Edward Asare.
According to Nana, she always wished to become a lawyer while growing up, and although she could not pursue that after Senior High School at Aburi Presbyterian Sec Tech, carpentry was not the option left to pursue.
See narration below:
Nana Adzigbli indicates that she took a shot at modelling, acting, TV presenting and marketing but none of them offered her the returns and satisfaction she desired.
From this point, Nana remembered a piece of advice she received from her father in his last words, "You will never be successful in any career aside carpentry. You are born to lead the feminine generation into creativity."
Nana decided to take up carpentry with the little knowledge she picked from her father who was a carpenter himself.
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Fast forward, the young woman now runs her own carpentry shop called Namas Decor GH and works with three gentlemen currently. She has also bought herself a car and finished her family's uncompleted building.
In another interesting report, a young family of eight has received great support from fans on social media after earlier trolls regarding the short years it took to bring up the large household.
In just a few weeks Zoriah Cookie and husband MJ Franklin went from being a laughing stock to a great inspiration with fans showing love for their cute babies online.
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