- A woman simply identified as @PhnjJ is making waves in an industry dominated by men
- She revealed she works as a mechanic and posted a picture of what she does
- Social media users were inspired by her story and applauded @PhnjJ for her work ethic
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On Monday, June 22, a woman simply identified as @PhnjJ on Twitter, proudly talked about what she does for a living.
The lady, who is a qualified engineer, shared a photo on the social media platform and she revealed she works as a mechanic.
Her post read:
"Am proud to be a mechanic."
Take a look at the post below:
Social media users congratulated @PhnjJ on her success in an industry dominated by men.
Twitter user, @W_Ringhof, commented:
"Sweet job. Nothing like being elbow-deep in an engine bay."
Another tweep, @JEnjoman, wrote:
"It's good to love your job when it's morally sound."
Social media user, @steveomwanaw, added:
"We support your hustle."
Mugisha Collins, who goes by the Twitter handle @mugishacollins6, commented:
"Now look at having your own garage one day."
In other news, Omobolaji Aduroja is one of the Nigerians that are unrelenting in their determination to succeed despite the challenges in the country.
She is an aircraft maintenance engineer (B2) who finished from the popular Nigeria College of Aviation Technology, Zaria.
One of the core skills of Omobolaji is the ability to solve problems and use troubleshooting to rectify knotty issues.
She bagged her first degree in electrical and electronics engineering from the Federal University of Technology, Akure.
The Nigerian woman had her certification in the introduction to automation and control, electrical, and electronics engineering.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Ghanaian lady identified as Elizabeth Owusua fulfilled her childhood dream of becoming both a nurse and a lawyer as she now serves in both capacities, day and night.
The young lady indicated that as a child, she wanted to be a nurse, lawyer as well as a fashion designer simultaneously.
According to Elizabeth, although she strongly longed to have her dreams, she never imagined how they would all happen because of her humble beginning.
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