- A female Uber driver identified as Adeyeye Adebunmi has further proven that what a man can do, a woman can do better
- The single mother said she started driving a taxi to cater for herself and her child when she was no longer making sales in her clothing business
- According to her, she was making N30,000 a day from her clothing business but the situation turned around for bad after the COVID-19 lockdown
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A Nigerian woman identified as Adeyeye Adebunmi is a female Uber driver that is excelling in her line of work.
In an interview with BBC News Yoruba, the young woman said she left her clothing business for driving when she was no longer making enough sales.
According to her, she was making N30,000 a day from her clothing business but the COVID-19 lockdown affected the venture.
Adeyeye said there is nothing wrong for women to go into cab-driving.
She called on other women to ensure that they put in enough efforts in whatever they are doing as long as it is legal.
In a previous report by Legit.ng, a Nigerian lady identified as Jemila Bio Ibrahim has further proven that what a man can do, a woman can do better.
The young lady, who is the only female member of Emirates Equestrians Club in Ilorin, the Kwara state capital, has called on women to embrace horse-riding.
50-year-old Nigerian woman enrolls in secondary school, says all subjects are easy for her except mathematics
In an interview with BBC News Yoruba, Jemila said she had always loved horse since she was a kid, adding that there is nothing wrong with a woman riding the animal.
According to the woman, Islam is not against women riding horses. She said horse-riding is fun and should be tried by other women.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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