- Adu Richard is the Founder and CEO of Prima Atowork in Kumasi Ghana
- The adventurous young man first studied agricultural economics before embarking on a career in the automotive sector.
- He shared photos of his work with his contact details on Facebook, urging people who might need his services to contact him.
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Globally, some young people are diverting from what they originally studied to pursue careers in different fields to earn a living.
One such person is Adu Richard, a Ghanaian entrepreneur breaking boundaries in the automotive industry.
In a Facebook post, he shared that he holds a degree in agricultural economics but is currently working as an automotive interior designer.
Adu shared the post on tell the dadsa popular social media group to get members who might need their services to contact them.
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‘Hi Say it dads, let me introduce myself. I am Adu Richard with a degree in agricultural economics. I am an automotive interior designer by profession.
“Just a young guy breaking the boundaries of the automotive industry,” he said.
The adventurous Ghanaian businessman, based in Kumasi, uploaded photos with his message, saying:
”These interior decorations are made in Ghana… If you need any of our services, please come with this special code: #TellItDadPRIMAG for a discount. Contact: 0556960229”, he said.
See the snapshots below:
Peeps was quick to comment below the post. In brief News selected a few below.
Michael Akwa-Mensah said:
“Some of these things should be made shareable to reach a much wider audience because these works are just stunning…great job man!”
Bra Yaw commented:
“It’s called wisdom, having a degree in a particular field doesn’t necessarily lead you to pursue that as a career. ”
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Adu Richard replied
“Thank you very much, dad. ”
Daniel Avafia commented:
”Finally, my Buzanga will get a makeover. I love the work you do.”
”Good work. I wish you more sales and market.”
Courage and faith: a woman tries her luck and it pays off, gets a permanent job
In brief News reported that a courageous South African woman is living testimony that having faith and taking risks could open doors for you. @_Mamthii says she took huge risks when she quit her job, traveled to Gauteng and signed a six-month contract.
The bubbly woman says the contract was due to expire at the end of this month, but she is now a permanent employee of an unnamed ‘amazing’ company.
Although she didn’t give full details about the nature of her job, it’s obvious that she did well to impress her bosses, but also credited God.
Source: News in Brief