- 42-year-old Kofi Boahen, a hardworking father of six, is able to take care of his family by making and selling chips
- According to the gentleman, he has been able to purchase a plot of land for himself with the income made from the sales
- The hard-working 42-year-old is planning to expand his business, brand it properly and sell it across the major supermarkets all around the country
Kofi Boahen, a Ghanaian father of six, has narrated that he is able to take care of his whole family with his menial business of frying and selling local chips, named "atsomor".
In an interview with GBC sighted by Briefly.co.za, the 42-year-old indicated that he started the business with no capital but by learning from his wife and raising some funds from other menial jobs.
According to Kofi, he decided to go into the pastries business after he returned from Cote D'Ivoire during the war in 2002 and settled in a single, basic room with his pregnant wife.
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The proud father of six further indicates that he has been making the chips himself, sometimes with the help of his children or wife, but goes out to sell them all by himself, rain or shine.
Kofi Boahen said he has been able to take care of his family with the meagre income made through the business and has bought a plot of land for himself as well.
The 42-year-old is planning to expand his business, brand it properly and sell his products across the major supermarkets all around the country.
In another interesting report by Briefly.co.za, a vulcanizer has amazed social media users after he was seen teaching a young boy English on a board at his shop near a principal street in his area.
The photo that was sighted in the popular Facebook group TroTro Diaries surprised the members mainly because vulcanizers are part of the professions perceived by most people as reserved for the uneducated.
However, the gentleman who was seen at Palladium in Accra teaching the boy has clearly suggested that the notion is probably false for the most part.
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Source: Briefly News