1st class female graduate of UPSA now sells shoes for survival

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Sandra Ankrah, an ambitious young woman from Ghana who recently earned a first-class degree from the University of Professional Studies in Accra, has spoken out about her experiences.

From what can be gleaned from a post on her LinkedIn timeline, it appears that Sandra is now engaged in the business of buying and selling locally-made shoes due to her repeated failures to secure a position in the corporate sector after graduating from college.

The woman with the first-class degree opened up about her experience, saying that she had high hopes that she would land a great job right after completing national service because of her stellar grades.

“Prior to my service, I had been full of hope as I had studied hard to attain First Class honours and dreamt of a rewarding career that awaits me. You can imagine a First Class student who has graduated from the University of Professional Studies, Accra, with a CGPA of 3.76 and how enthused I was to be employed in the corporate world”, she said.

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After trying for months with no positive outcome, Sandra birthed the idea to venture into a shoe business and has been successful at it.

“I had to ask myself the “W” questions; Who am I? where do I come from? where am I going? where do I start from?

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Here I am taking my usual buying and selling of locally made shoes to a next level at Ahofade ☺️ after several unsuccessful attempts to get into the corporate world”

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1st class female graduate of UPSA now sells shoes
1st class female graduate of UPSA now sells shoes





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