Cursory: Online users have been moved by a video showing a college student selling rice to make ends meet. Frank Adontey claimed he didn’t regret selling meals because he was able to use the proceeds to cover his bills.
Once upon a time, there was a young man named Frank Alex, a level 300 student at the University of Development Studies. Frank was a hardworking and determined individual who was always looking for ways to support himself and his family. His mother was a sick woman, and he wanted to do everything he could to take care of her.
One day, Frank decided to start a small business selling plain rice and Waakye (Ghanaian local food) on the streets. He didn’t have a lot of capital, but he knew that starting small would help him grow. He would wake up early in the morning to prepare the food, and then he would sell it on the streets throughout the day.
At first, some people made fun of him and mocked him for selling food on the streets. But Frank didn’t let that get to him. He was determined to work hard and build a better life for himself and his family. He saved every penny he earned and invested it back into his business.
Over time, Frank’s business grew. He started taking orders from students at his university, and he even began to think about opening his own restaurant one day. He worked tirelessly, often sacrificing sleep and rest to make his business successful.
Despite the challenges he faced, Frank remained optimistic and friendly. He was always willing to help others and share his story with those who were interested. He believed that with hard work and determination, anything was possible.
Today, Frank’s business is thriving. He has built a loyal customer base, and he is well on his way to achieving his dream of opening his own restaurant. His story is a testament to the power of hard work, determination, and optimism.
Watch the video where Frank and other street hustlers narrated their journey:
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