- Women around the world are doing well in the fields dominated by men and are inspiring others to take their brave steps
- Three African ladies identified as Olaedo Osoka, Ethel Laurel and Ogutu Okudo are part of these Africans inspiring women to pursue their dreams
- The ladies, who are in their late 20s, are chief executive officers in the oil, gas and solar energy industry
Women around the world are beginning to defy all odds to venture into sectors dominated by men and become successful despite expectations from their male counterparts that could fail.
Three young African women under the age of 30 have re-established the fact that what a man can do, a woman can do better.
These three beautiful ladies hold chief executive officer positions in the oil, gas and solar energy industry.
Olaedo Osoka is a 27-year-old Nigerian and the chief executive officer of a solar energy company in West Africa.
Ethel Laurel is also 27 years, and this Ghanaian lady has set up her own company in the gas sector.
28-year-old Ogutu Okudo is from Kenya, and she is both an oil entrepreneur and a country manager in Kenya at an industry company.
These three women are no doubt an inspiration to others around the world that no matter how difficult a sector could be, a woman is able to conquer it with hard work and dedication.
In other news, a Nigerian man identified as Ayo Essien has shared an inspiring story of how he began his journey as a website developer who was charging 40,000 naira for a job.
Essien, who shared his story on LinkedIn on Thursday, March 19, said after he quit his job that was paying him N50,000 monthly, he founded a company that develops website.
According to Essien, some clients would offer to pay his company N20,000 to build a website even when he was charging 40,000.
He said: "Many of which I accepted in humility knowing I was going somewhere and building my catalogue of past jobs."
Essien said a lady who had a growing brand offered his company N15,000 to build a website for her, which he accepted sadly.
He said: "We did it, but I felt sad and hurt. Will I ever earn enough to at least be stable a bit at this rate, I'll ask myself and mentors? Anyways I kept going."
Essien said he discovered he was selling his product to the wrong market and decided to market himself so the right people that could notice his company.
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