Transformed Shoe Shine Boy Calls On Government To Invest In The Existing Factories

A 39 year old Osuman Ibrahim of Techiman in the Bono east region who started as a shoe boy has called on the government to invest in the existing private factories to grow than initiation of one district one dam project which will eventually collapse due to their handlers and change of government policies.

Osuman Ibrahim started as a shoe shine boy at his tender age of 6 to support his living and basic education  but he is now well established in leatherworks and can produce over 150 pieces of high standard footwear each working day for local and export.

Osuman Ibrahim believed, with the government supports the private enterprises can help to generate more job opportunities for the people.

Master Osuman Ibrahim has pleaded with the government and the public to take the private sector a serious partnership responsible to help Ghana grow.

Osuman Ibrahim speaking to nkyeremunews said, several state ministers and other higher personalities had visited his factory with sugary words but noting came out.  He has 15 workers including 5 other senior workers on monthly pay.

His products are marketed largely in Ghana and for export. The best quality is guaranteed for those who need supply. Call  Osuman leatherworks on; 0244015156.


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