- A 19-year-old female student and barber, Odedeji Felicia, has revealed how ASUU strike favoured her
- Felicia stated that she has been able to gather more customers and make more money with her barbing skills due to ASUU strike
- According to her, going to university is just to 'fulfill all righteousness' and if she had her way, she won't bother going to school
A 19-year-old student of the University of Illorin, Odedeji Felicia, has expressed her delight over the lingering Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strike.
According to the female student who doubles as a barber, she has been able to expand her customer base and make more money due to the strike.
She thanked God for the strike and wished it would continue a little so she can make more money before resumption.
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Life as a female barber
The beautiful 19-year-old went further to tell BBC about her life as a female barber.
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According to Felicia, it has been favourable to her because most men prefer coming to her than going to their fellow men.
She further claimed that sometimes, she usually gets paid more than the expected amount just because she is a female.
Speaking further, Felicia said she's only going to school to 'fulfill all righteousness' because she has already found a 'resting place' for herself.
Jumima Ojaere wrote:
"She dey barb o. I don see her handwork plenty times. Seems she's always going to a salon at a young age."
Precious Dike said:
"This is a good talent but please never undermine the importance of education. Some graduates make more money than you can ever make if you didn't go to school."
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Chiomzy Philip noted:
"Nice one. May God bless the work of your hands."
Evidence HRM remarked:
"This is so cool. Everybody must not go to school."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man has shown the beauty in making use of free time as he displayed new shoes he designed.
Olayinka stated that the ongoing ASUU strike has given him an ample opportunity to work on his craft.
Many people who reacted to his post praised his craft, while some of them wanted to know how to order.