- A young lady has become a point of good reference and inspiration on social media with her skills showing that women can do well in a male-dominated venture as well
- The yet-to-be-identified Nigerian lady works as a carpenter and makes great household furniture
- Nigerians were dazzled with many enquiring about her location as they sought to patronize her
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Ladies are no doubt changing the stereotype that they cannot do all occupations that their male counterparts do and this is the case of a young Nigerian lady.
The young lady was recently captured doing what she does best; carpentry work.
Sharing photos of the yet-to-be-identified lady who is said to hail from Delta state, a Facebook user named Ukachukwu Igboamusi was full of praises for her and encouraged his Facebook friends to patronize her.
"Nwunne, if i don't look for you and patronise you, I didn't do well. We need to encourage and patronise people like this.
"More grace Nwunne."
Ladies hailed her for taking on a business venture that is unpopular among them, others wanted her contact in order to patronize her just as they thought her pieces of furniture look amazing.
Tochi Mirian Onyeabor commented:
''This is encouraging pls her location should be stated so that prospectus customers can reach her."
Chinyerem Okere reacted:
"Wen ladies do der thing is always different kudos to u.onyeze do well to tag her."
Kingsley Obiegbu said:
"God will bless her hustle, am moved, nice one sister."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported about a young lady that is making huge waves with her carpentry work.
Jeanne-Marie Magdellen is a female carpenter who has won the admiration of many with her rare craft as a woman shining in a field which men dominate.
The young lady is among very few women who have taken the roles of carpenters in spite of the challenges females in the male-dominated industry face.
The budding female carpenter noted that she is very proud of herself. According to Magdellen, it (being a carpenter) is the "hardest yet most productive decision she has made!"
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