- Doris Devu, a young Ghanaian lady who finished only JHS and could not further her education has become the owner of a tile-making startup
- The young lady lost her parents just when she needed them the most to continue on the path towards becoming a lawyer or an accountant, which were her ambitions
- Subsequently, Doris found a new affinity for tile-making, got trained for a year and started taking orders and now employs men
A young and ambitious Ghanaian lady by name Doris Devu is making it in the male-dominated tiling industry after she was unable to continue her education after junior high school.
Doris narrated her breathtaking story in an interview with YEN.com.gh on a special edition of Faces of Ghana in which the businesswoman made a number of eye-popping revelations.
According to Doris, she dreamed to become a lawyer, an accountant or a businesswoman but she lost her parents just when she needed their help to go into high school at the time.
Watch full interview below:
With no one ready to help her at the time and no Free-SHS policy, Doris' ambitions were cut short but she decided never to give up on life and success.
On one occasion, the young lady who has employed a number of men to work under her and serve the many clients, recounts coming across a tile-maker and getting intrigued by how it was all done.
She was told that it was a job meant for men and Doris decided to lay back but after a while, she met another tiler who decided to take her through training for one year, after which she opened her own enterprise and started taking orders.
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