- A young medical student known on Twitter as Goodness Adeosun has showcased her hustle as a shoemaker with pride
- The lady recently shared a video of herself creating a shoe from scratch to show how she goes about it
- Social media users marvelled at her skill and ability as demonstrated in the video, many thought she was inspiring
Goodness Adeosun, a beautiful young lady identified on Twitter with the handle @GoodnessAdeosun and on Instagram as @gudie_designs is a known shoemaker.
However, the young lady has confirmed on her Twitter account that she is also a medical student who runs the shoemaking venture to support herself.
In a recent video she shared, the lady captured the entire process that she goes through to make shoes right from the beginning to end under her brand, Gudie.
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The video that got the attention of several thousands of people online gathered many interesting comments, some of which can be seen below:
"I like to support you by buying one of your shoe for someone. Please kindly pick one of your follower and dm me your account details. Well done."
"Pls send out proposals to schools especially boarding and missionary secondary schools. Strike deal and lobby them to produce customized Cortina, and back to school shoes. If one click others go follow. Well-done."
"Very soon the Feds will come for this girl and tag her products as sub standard shoes cos it’s not from somewhere in Paris and America. Govt ain’t fund innovations yet discriminating our efforts from Foreign. Now you see why there is no growth, they love foreign more than us."
Young lady showcases her hustle as a shoemaker
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a young Nigerian lady had shared beautiful photos of slippers she made as she showcased her hustle.
The entrepreneur added that she is also in the business of crafting belts, wallets and palm slippers for men.
Henrietta told Legit.ng that what informed her decision to become a shoemaker was the thought of what she will engage in after school.
The indigene of Kogi state said she learnt to make shoes for two years in Lago state while in her penultimate year in school.