Young woman inspires social media with plumbing job

Young woman inspires social media with plumbing job

- A young woman who does plumbing job on weekends has shown that what a man can do a woman can do better

- A video of the woman emerged on social media and Nigerians were inspired by the energy she put into her work

- Plumbing job is mostly done by men, but the video of the woman made the job attractive and other ladies will definitely fall in love with it

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A young woman has inspired many people on social media with her plumbing job which she said she does on weekends.

An inspiring video of the woman was shared on Instagram by the user with the handle @cynthiashalom.

In the video, the plumber could be seen working on a kitchen sink and changing the tiles on the wall. She also added some beauty to the cabinet which she refurbished.

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Young woman inspires social media with plumbing job
The young woman could be seen enjoying her plumbing job as she worked on a kitchen sink and cabinet. Photo credit: @cynthiashalom
Source: Instagram

While the work was ongoing, the hardworking woman added some playfulness to it so as to make her work less tedious and interesting.

@cynthiashalom captioned the post:

"Dedicating this vid to all the hardworking women. Keep grinding. God bless us all."

Social media users loved the video and took to the comment section of the post to react.

@legitphvendors wrote:

"I dedicate this lovely video to my humble self. I am strong, hardworking and blessed."

@preciousstone__foods commented:

"God bless our hustle."

@iamblessingbrown2 wrote:

"God bless her."

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In other news, a young and ambitious Ghanaian lady named Doris Devu is making it in the male-dominated tiling industry after she was unable to continue her education after junior high school.

Doris narrated her inspiring story in an interview with on a special edition of Faces of Ghana in which the businesswoman made a number of eye-popping revelations.

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According to Doris, she dreamt of becoming a lawyer, an accountant or a businesswoman but she lost her parents just when she needed their help to go into high school at the time.

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