Man shares video of oyinbo lady who was spotted washing windscreen in traffic for a living

Man shares video of oyinbo lady who was spotted washing windscreen in traffic for a living

It is not uncommon to see people making a living by working odd jobs in Nigeria. Nigerians have always had the will to keep on surviving in any condition.

One of the common jobs in traffic, aside from hawking, is the work done by people who take it upon themselves to wash the windscreen of cars in traffic for a little change.

However, it is strange to see a white woman or man do these odd jobs especially outside of Nigeria.

A video of a white woman and a friend of ours washing the windscreen of a car in traffic has surfaced. The lady and her friend both had a bottle filled with liquid wash and the foam wipe used to clean windscreens.

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Nigerian man shares video of oyinbo lady washing windscreen in traffic Twitter source: Tosin Olugbenga
Source: Twitter

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This particular video had raised mixed reactions from Nigerians on Twitter. A Twitter user identified as Tosin Olugbenga who shared the video on his Twitter page, expressed shock over the scene.

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Olugbenga noted that he thought things like that only happened in Nigeria. He said: "I had thought things like this only happen in Nigeria & can never be in Abroad..."

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The oyinbo woman was seen dressed for a cold weather in her hijab Twitter source: Tosin Olugbenga
Source: Twitter

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However, others noted that Nigerians usually generate ideas from what people outside the country do. They stated that it is possible this particular idea was gotten the same way.

A user noted that in Nigeria kids are the ones trying to make money this way.

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Talking about uncommon incidents, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a drama ensued after a woman stormed her former lover's wedding ceremony. The lady was dressed in a white bridal gown as she begged him to take her back.

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