- A young lady has celebrated at her achievements at only just 18
- The lady identified as Tori-Leigh Adams shared how she had assisted her dad in fixing and cleaning his car when she was 4 years old
- She stated that when she was younger people around her always mentioned that she would be one who enjoys getting her hands dirty
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A young lady has taken to social media to celebrate her many achievements. 18-year-old Tori-Leigh Adams posted on Linkedln that she had always liked getting her hands messy.
Tori shared a throwback photo to when she was 4 years old. She said she had helped her dad clean and 'fix' his car in the driveway but is marvelled at how far she has gone 14 years later.
Tori revealed that growing up folks had always told her that she looked like one who would love so much getting her hands messy. The young lady was however not specific on what the achievements actually were.
"I think, from the very beginning of my life everyone has always known I would be a girl who enjoys getting her hands dirty. Everyone was 100% right if im being honest.
"From age 4 in the picture below i'd be out 'helping' my dad, fix or clean the cars in the driveway. I always knew i liked getting messy and mucky with what ever I could find but I never in a million years imagined I would have done accomplished as much as I have at only 18 years old..."
Reacting to her post, Philip Dunmore said:
"Well done. Gloves are good idea to handle wheels, your hands need to last a lifetime, regardless of gender. And be careful of your hair, particularly in engine bays. I started in the 70's when lots of mechanics had long hair. There were a few scalpings!"
Andrew Parsons reacted:
"Top job, I'm 24 I look back and it's amazing what you can achieve and to see how much you've learnt and still learn everyday, fair play best of luck to you."
Colin Bruce wrote:
"The motor trade needs more people with your passion determination for the future. I know you will succeed."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported about a pretty Nigerian lady who is a car mechanic.
The young lady who is an excellent mechanic that repairs cars in Lagos state decided to stand apart, breaking the barrier for other women in the field usually dominated by men.
Legit.ng came across Murphy’s remarkable story after she inspired young Nollywood actor Seun Ajayi who then shared it on social media.
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2