Ayisha Modi, a socialite from Ghana, has thanked a few people, most notably Criss Waddle, for helping her launch her restaurant venture.
She claimed that Criss, in particular, gave her guidance that prompted in-depth self-examination and ultimately led to the running of a successful business.
Ayisha Modi described the dialogue that followed, relating how she requested Criss Waddle for a loan after becoming “broke” after using all of her money to fix other people’s problems.
She stated that her altruistic nature does not really enable her to save that much and that every time she is in Ghana, she ends up giving away the money she had saved in the U.S., which helped to explain why she frequently struggles with financial limitations.
She continued the story by stating that Criss Waddle had given her $3,000 for maintenance but had also suggested she create a business so she could make money whenever she visited Ghana.
‘’When I came to Ghana, I had a lot of money on me but in a twinkle of an eye, everything got finished.
He asked her to open a business because she spent a lot without getting anything in return. Most of the money goes out to sponsor people. This advice caused her to open a restaurant, which took her about seven months.
Ayisha Modi opened her new restaurant, Akyire h), on August 17 in Tabora Alhaji, Accra, which was noted by 1Family radio.
She claimed that before starting her food business, she tried selling wines but didn’t make much money.