You have got to admit that when most Africans in diaspora decide return to their counties, it can be a little tough.
When Ghanaian television presenter and Forbes Africa correspondent Peace Hyde decided to relocate to her country, she revealed that not only did she want to give back to the continent but also identify what exactly her purpose in life was.
Amidst all that introspection, the former school teacher visited the Makola Market in Accra to find out just how she could help the less privileged in the society.
Check out Peace as she lives a day in the life of a street hawker also known as kayayo(in Ghana) and also dishes on her ‘Aim Higher’ initiative
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