Man who used to farm goats becomes lawyer, author, CEO and more

Man who used to farm goats becomes lawyer, author, CEO and more

- A former goat farmer from Ghana has succeeded in building three different career paths for himself

- The 33-year-old gentleman, whose full name is Yaw Sompa-Nhyira Okyere, is a lawyer, information security expert and enterprise risk management officer

- Yaw Sompa is also an author of two books (including Face of System Thinking), speaks to the youth and has acted with Roverman Productions

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Yaw Sompa-Nhyira Okyere, a 33-year-old Ghanaian gentleman, who grew up in a very humble background, has succeeded in developing three different career paths for himself, among other amazing achievements.

Information obtained from Yaw Sompa directly indicates that he hails from Duayaw Nkwanta and spent a good amount of his years rearing goats.

According to Yaw, he did not have the luxuries many children enjoy when he was growing up as he vividly recalls waking up early to sweep, attend to goats and sell ice water and was mocked by his colleagues unendingly.

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Ghanaian former goat rearer develops 3 different professions; narrates his story
A former goat rearer developed three different professions; he narrated his story. Source:, Yaw Sompa-Nhyira Okyere / Facebook
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However, Yaw Sompa decided to move to Accra somewhere in 2010 in search for greener pastures, got a job with Zoomlion in the process and things started to change for the better. Fast-forward, the gentleman who comes from the small town of Duayaw Nkwanta has become a Lawyer, Information Security Expert and Enterprise Risk Management Officer.

Yaw Sompa is also an author of two books including Face of System Thinking, speaks to the youth, and has acted with Roverman productions.

He has also set up, a community of learners that have expertise across multiple industries and represent a revolution for the new African Dream of wealth, dignity, influence, collaboration, purpose, health and wisdom.

In other inspiring news, recently reported on a man who hustled to put himself through varsity gushing about his success. Not everyone can afford to go to university but some people work hard to make their dreams a reality.

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One man, Jon Lyon, took to Twitter share how he hustled to put himself through university. Lyon took part in a social media challenge where he detailed how his life has changed over a couple of years. He captioned the post:

"How it started vs how it is going. Hustle for University Application fee 2012 vs 2016 UCT Alumni."

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