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Meet Ghanaian female shoemaker

The Saint Ozwald shoe brand

By: Fred Yaw SARPONG
The Daily Express

From her humble beginning in Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo region, a senior high female graduate from the Twene Amanfo Senior high in the Brong Ahafo Sunyani and a Ghanaian now boasts of being one of the most popular Made-in-Ghana shoe brands and has the most number of celebrity endorsements.
Sandra Ozwald, CEO of Saint Ozwald

After Sandrah Ozwald completed school in 2013, her parent couldn't have enough money to help her continue school so she planned to do something for herself by selling ice cream, groundnut cakes or food. Back at the senior high, Sandra used to make groundnut cakes, condensed toffees and ice cream to support herself since her mother couldn't provide all for her.

With 12 siblings and the only girl child (2nd born) among them, and whiles planning which of these to sell, Sandra attended a friend’s wedding and the grooms shoe looked so attractive to her.

According to her, the groom’s shoes were Ma…
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New Year birth forth new roads to success and provides you with opportunities to
give wings to your unfulfilled desires. Jumia Ghana would like to wish all its cherish customers and the general public a Happy and prosperous New year.

As part of a new year package for all customers, Jumia is giving 15% off on all orders. Valid from January 1st to January 31st 2018, customers can use this voucher code (NEWYEARGIFT) at check out when placing their orders online.

Valid for a minimum order of GHs250, this voucher code is one use per customer.

Meaning that you can only use the voucher code once. Jumia Ghana says ‘thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve you better.

May your dreams come true with the rise of another beautiful year.’
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