July 4, 2019
Woizero Amarech Zeleke has a very humble beginning as a widowed mother of three.
Her husband was a lieutenant and died in the service of Ethiopia and she had to face the challenging task of raising three children on her own with a very meager financial resource.
She started a small restaurant business in her own two rooms residence which she rented from government in Hawassa city.
Now, she owns one of the most prestigious hotels in Hawassa, a town in Southern Ethiopia, and she has two more bigger business projects.
More than her business success story, she has achieved a remarkable success in building an excellent social relation not just in the city but beyond.
The secret is that she is very altruistic and believes in the power of sharing, spiritually or otherwise. Among many other things, she feeds Hawassa soccer players, for those who need it and she also visits patients in hospitals whether she knows them or not.
Based on a documentary report from Fana, she runs her business more like a philanthropist organization and less like business. Yet, she is very successful. The following documentary is a must watch.
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