by Ochuko Erhunmwunsee
Joseph Rhorha is the CEO of Finger of God Polythene. He hails from Ughelli South LGA. He enrolled into the 2019/2020 STEP cycle where he was trained and established in Fashion Design and Tailoring. He has SSCE. He is married with children. Hear him.
“STEP has contributed positively to my life. Before now, I have been struggling to make money. I thought of how to make multiple incomes, but no success. When the STEP opportunity came, I grabbed it and made good use of it.
“Today I thank God that I am making money out of my multiple businesses. I have a fashion establishment which my wife is currently managing. I also acquired a tricycle (keke) which I use for transport business.
“From the proceeds of the keke business and the fashion business, I saved money with which I diversified into making of polythene bags. I procured a polythene cutting machine. Now I produce nylon and supply to traders in Ugbolokposu Market and environs.
“I also intend to go into production of tablet soap. I have started buying the needed equipment. I thank the Delta State Government for training me and making me an entrepreneur.”