- A lady has taken to Twitter to share her handiwork which has received commendations from members of the social media community
- The lady identified on Twitter as @HustleQueen01 works as a tiler and she recently shared pictures of the work she got from a client she met on Twitter
- As her followers commended her for being hardworking, one of them offered to help her with free training on modern tiling adhesive techniques
A lady identified on Twitter as @HustleQueen01 has been commended after sharing pictures of her work on the microblogging site.
@HustleQueen01, who works as a tiler, shared pictures of herself working on a job she got from a client she met on Twitter.
She urged her followers on the microblogging site to help her retweet as her next client may be on their timelines.
As expected, Twitter users took to her comment section to commend her for being hard working.
A Twitter user identified as Liban Roba Duba wrote: "I would love to offer you free training on modern tiling adhesive techniques as well as a free trowel and tile hammer. DM."
Below are other reactions:
In other news, a Nigerian hyper-realistic artist identified as Mayor Olajide has wowed social media after sharing his charcoal pencil portrait of President Donald Trump of the United States.
Olajide took to his Twitter page to share the stunning portrait and Nigerians were found in the comment section commending him for the masterpiece.
The young artist, who said he drew the portrait within 18 days, urged Nigerians to help him retweet it till the United States president sees it.
Taking to the comment section, Nigeria's minister of youth and sports development requested for the artist's name and phone number, which the latter provided.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that popular Nigerian author, Reno Omokri, dropped another nugget for his fans and followers on social media.
The controversial author has advised people to work smart.
The author shared a post talking about hard work on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter. He noted that hard work does not pay and it is not necessarily a virtue.
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