The graduate unemployment rate in Ghana currently is unimaginable. After graduation, the hopes of getting a job to make ends meet are skimpy this has rendered many graduates jobless.
One can only flee from this heat of unemployment and the stress that comes with it if such a person is very smart enough.
Well, Agbalenyo Nelson is that smart guy. Agbalenyo Nelson is a father of two and a graduate of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) who holds first-class certificate in Marketing and Economics.
According to Agbalenyo Nelson, he has sent a series of application letters to companies seeking employment to make end meets and fend for himself and family but all to no avail.
In his distress, he has played smart. He has created a job for himself, he sells roasted plantain in the streets as a means of survival. As his way of pulling more buyers to his side, he has added a different twist to his plantain business, he sells wearing suit and tie.
Agbalenyo Nelson despite the hardship he is going through envisions himself to be a big-time politician and he strongly believes his dream will surely come to pass.
Most youths see certain works as one specially reserved for the uneducated but he has proved all wrong. May God Almighty bless his hustle